What is a Menara?
The Word “Menara” comes from the Arabic term “Al Manar”, which means lighthouse. Figuratively speaking, Menara lamps could be described as small lighthouses because of their shape and functionality, as well as for the spectacular light they provide.
Perfectly finished in thick iron sheet, our Menaras have a swing door with a lock and a candleholder. The specified height of the Menaras includes the handles.
Once you have chosen your Menara you can choose the color and the electrical fixtures.
-Rust: To get this rust patina, the Menara is moistened and sealed.
-Matte Black: This finishing is obtained by applying a layer of paint directly on the iron sheet.
By default, our Menaras come with a candleholder to use it with candles. To be used with electrical bulbs, we offer the option of adapting the lantern with a basic set of electrical fixtures. This option can be requested to be fixed at our warehouse, by selecting the option “Menara+EF”, at an additional charge of 9 euros.