Rader Bungalow Porcelain Tealight House
This charming porcelain Bungalow tealight house features intricate brick and weatherboard detail.
Steps leading up to a front porch and an ornate curved bay window; for so many happy memories abound.
Made from unglazed porcelain, this Rader Bungalow comes in 2 parts, a candle plate and a lift-off house.
Simply place a tealight candle or battery tealight candle on the base and place the house back on top.
House measures 140 x 100 x 110mm high to top of chimney.
We’re lucky enough to live in a country blessed with a wide variety of housing styles.
Influenced by international trends, from circa 1910 the villa gradually gave way to the bungalow style.
By the early 1920s, the bungalow was the predominant style of house being built in New Zealand.
With solid bones and a classic style, they're a popular choice and are unlikely to go out of fashion.
The Rader New Zealand Villa has been loved by so many, whilst the Rader State House graces Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's Beehive Office Desk.
We are so delighted to welcome this, the third in our New Zealand Architecture Tea Light Houses.