Kitras Mini Easter Egg Glass Ornament, Oceania
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|Package Height||3.8 x 3.9 x 3.9 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.3 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
They arrived in a timely manor.
Unfortunately, they were not as pictured.
Neither egg had the bright colors as pictured, in fact one of them had hardly any color at all. I was very disappointed.
I really should have sent them back, but did not, since I needed these as gifts.
Globe is pretty. However, insering the wick and oil and lighting the lamp does absolutley nothing to highlight the globe. All one can see in dim or evening light is the flame and not the glass. Might as well have lit a 5 cent wax candle. Wrote the owner of AURA CREATIONS(Marshall)([...])who was very defensive and refused a return because the product was "used". Obviously, one can not see what it looks like unless one lights the lamp and that makes it used. Glass globe made in Canada (KITRAS) and can be used as Xmas Tree ornament. However, using it as a lamp is not what one would expect - no interplay of light reflections, flowing motifs or anything else. The flame burns above the globe and is all that is seen.
Anyway, as the wife says: It is the thought that counts. Still, feel ripped off.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My egg looked nothing like I ordered! It has a red stripe and a blue stripe.Published 18 months ago by ailywh
Placed these beauties on a silver metal tree with Mimi lights on our fire place mantel. Absolutely beautiful. May purchase more for next year.Published on May 8, 2014 by Victoria Haun
I collect hand blown art glass and this is one of the loveliest pieces that I have ever seen. Looks so delicate but feels sturdy, and still looks like a beautiful bubble just... Read morePublished on March 21, 2014 by Sandra G
It did not look like the picture. There was very little color on the ornament. It was not pretty and not worth the money.Published on December 29, 2013 by Katherine Filson