Langdon black lantern pendant light

We are thrilled to have launched the exquisite Langdon Lantern this month, and what better place than at Decorex, a high-end interior design exhibition that has brought together the best of international design for 43 years.

The Langdon Lantern pendant light is named after the fabulous Langdon Court Manor, the carefully renovated home of denim designer Donna Ida and restaurateur Robert Walton MBE.

Donna and Robert are undertaking an extensive restoration of Langdon Court which is a Grade II* listed Manor House, nestled in the foothills of Devon, a stones throw away from the beautiful coastal beach of Wembury.

After being lovingly restored, Langdon will be re-opening in 2023. One to watch indeed!

The Langdon Lantern

Not only is our new lantern pendant light named after this resplendent property, it's finally home in its namesake. This beautiful solid brass pendant takes pride of place in the hallway of Langdon Court Manor, as well as illuminating the china room.

Let's meet the Langdon Lantern.

Encapsulating the magic of this impressive manor, the Langdon Lantern is made in solid brass and available in two finishes, this elegant light comes in a blackened brass or unfinished polished brass that can be left to patina and age over time or be polished to retain its original sheen.

Langdon Lantern pendant light

The Langdon features a flat solid brass top plate that lends a warming glow, with simple lines for an elegant twist on the classic period lantern.

Blending the contemporary with period, the Langdon Lantern can enhance a traditional space, or effortlessly complement a modern setting, and with three different sizes, the Langdon will suit any space, large or small.

The Langdon Lantern is a true showstopper - the perfect finishing touch to that hallway with a high ceiling, or hung as a trio over a kitchen island.

We can't wait to see a touch of Langdon Court magic in your homes. Head over to our Instagram, and tag us in your photos.

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You can follow the Langdon Court Manor Restoration on Instagram for plenty of period interiors inspiration.