This lamp is the exception to the rule and congenially offers up a show of generosity by creating an essence for your surroundings not obtainable but by the natural elements.
The artisan has shown his trade skill by inter-locking this set of mule deer antlers. This calls for a technique which is both instinctual and thoughtful. This lamp is not a shy one and measures in at 20î wide x 28î high x 12î diameter. Place this bountiful lamp front and center or in a darkened corner to chase away any remnants of a shadow.
This purposeful lamp uses up to 60 watts and comes with a true natural rawhide shade which presents in a honey hue ensuring ample lighting coverage with a smooth feeling. The craftsman shows his respect for the natural element by taking the time to hand stitch the lampís shade by using natural rawhide threading. This hand made shade is to be appreciated for its naturally occurring imperfections which should be expected. Material:
Antlers are a feature of many different kinds of animals, including mule deers, which are very common in North America. The antlers of an animal grow and then fall off of the animal once a year. Finding these antler sets in the woods is very easy. Using the antlers for decorative and functional purposes is something many artists have done, creating unique lights to add a wonderful natural feature to the room. Customization:
This fixture is part of a custom series that is put into production upon order. If you would like further customization from what is presented, including size, number of lights and finish, please contact us with your specifications (Contact Us
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