Cape Breton Tartan Night Light
Always helpful! Imagine waking up in the middle of the night to the comfort of a little Cape Breton Tartan to light your way!
The tartan of Cape Breton, was designed in 1957 by Elizabeth Grant. Its colour scheme was derived from a 1907 poem by Lillian Crewe Walsh:
Black for the wealth of our coal mines
Grey for our Cape Breton Steel
Green for our lofty mountains, our valleys and our fields
Gold for the golden sunsets shining bright on the lakes of Bras d'Ors
To show us God's hand has lingered To Bless Cape Breton's shore.
- LED night light with automatic sensor. Keeps low lighting in the dark in hallways, bathrooms and bedrooms!
- Bright white LED
- Cool to the touch
- Long life
- Approximately 3" by 4.5"
- Always kiln annealed
All painting and glass cutting is done by hand. Each piece will vary slightly. Occasional bubbles are expected in fused glass, contributing to the “folk artiness” of the piece.
Shipping measurements: 250g 16cm x 11cm x 6cm