chandelier. Tuesday , August 08th , 2017 - 16:13:51 PM
While the above two antler chandelier types come from North American natives, the Fallow Deer antler chandelier is a European import from Spain. These deer antlers are very dark brown in color and are palmated (like a hand with pudgy fingers) in other words, the Fallow Deer antler chandelier or popular antler lamps look as if a small moose has shed them. Their deep rich color and flowing palmation make a very elegant piece with average antler length at about 2.5 feet. And, while Fallow Deer are certainly plentiful, they arent as profuse in number as, say, the North American Mule Deer, so this antler type is usually the most expensive antler in the world of antler chandeliers.
How about creating a light fixture made entirely of spoons and forks? How about recycling old jugs, cups, and older jars? You'll be surprised at what you can come up with if you only take time to be creative. You can create a fixture that looks like a murano chandelier but doesn't cost as much.
If not cleaned or ill-maintained, the sheen or glow from a chandelier can become dull and dirt could permanently affix itself to the trimmings and bulbs. The above methods may be time-consuming and at times, a bit tedious but to make that chandelier sparkle, all such efforts are worth it.
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