Wearing the Lantern pendant


Here you go guys; you wanted some shots of the lantern pendant being worn, you got it.

I snapped these really quickly just now, so the lighting and picture quality is not the best, but they convey the message well enough, I think. It can be worn casually on a long chain over tops, sweaters and even coats, and it looks very pretty on a shorter chain with low cut evening wear as well. The good thing about the complimentary chain included with the pendant, is that it’s very long and can be adjusted to a desired size to be worn low on the chest of close around the neck. Or you can use your own, favorite chain altogether if you prefer.


The batch of orders for next month is nearly full, so if you want to have your little lantern by the end of June, then email inquiries@enchanteddoll.com with “Lantern Pendant” in the subject line. The pendants are $350 CAD. International shipping is available.

Let me know if you have any more questions regarding this Lantern.

6 Responses to “Wearing the Lantern pendant”

  1. Ali
    May 11th, 2012 03:27

    It looks ethereal when it’s by itself, but seeing pictures of it actually being worn… It’s like you took a part of a fairy’s world and strung it around your neck!
    It’s so elegant and pretty.

  2. Christiane (Quebec)#24
    May 11th, 2012 04:40

    May I ask, are you 2 wearing a different size lantern pendant. Your assistent seems to have a smaller one?

  3. Amoreen
    May 11th, 2012 09:41

    I have been asking myself the same question! Is the second lantern a little bit smaller?

  4. Marina
    May 11th, 2012 14:30

    There is only one size of the Lantern, ladies.

    But I’m very short (5’2″ or 157cm) and have a smaller frame than my assistant, so it looks larger on me than it does on a person of average height and build.

  5. Sailor_Orbit
    May 11th, 2012 18:34

    aww aren’t you cute :)

  6. Séverine
    June 6th, 2012 01:18

    Oh ! great work I love it ! I live in Nice (French Riviera) and it looks like the Opera lantern on the “façade rue saint François de Paul”.