i am on the hunt for the perfect "real" antler chandelier... if anyone has a great contact i would really appreciate it... the space is quite large so i need a nice size one.. i found this on mecox gardens site but it is too tall and i need a broader shape... hmmm i know if i look long enough i will find a great one... but time is running out... please help! xx
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Here's a link where you may find something that would work:
It just so happens we have a very large antler chandelier for sale. A few years ago my husband a I owned a very rustic lodge furnishing store, Wilderness Creek Collections. I can e-mail you a picture with dimensions, its approx about 3ft in diameter and 4ft tall. If this sounds like something you would be interested in please let me know. Glad/Junebug
* Sweetie~ Besides checking these two, go to Park City, UT (or google the area). You will find maggggggnificent ones available in that area~~~ of course, you might have to trade your "first-born" for one but hey, "whatever it takes", right??? (Silly grins!)...
I cannot tell a lie~ I am contacting Junebug as that sounds like a place I might have never seen/ been to!
GOOD LUCK, kiddo! (P.S. I always enjoy your blog so much!
Linda in AZ *
I can't believe that your first two comments were able to help you. That's amazing. I was about to say that I didn't know anywhere but it doen't matter. Looks like you didn't need me anyway !! haha. XXXX
thank you so much as i have looked on so many sites but they are all so run of the mill or fake... i want a real well made and beautiful one!! please email me any photos at email@example.com
i used to know of a great company...
they went out of biz.
Beautiful blog! Thanks for stopping by today!
I came across you site via Belgian Pearls and I am so glad I did - I just spent the entire afternoon researching wood chandeliers and came across many antler inspired fixtures. Try www.uniquelightfixture.com. Seemed to have quite a few and many that are more wide than long (which is what I was on the hunt for as well). Glad I found you as I'll be back by your terrific blog!
Thank goodness for blogging, it solves a heap of dilemmas. My youngest brother who is an architect in Bellevue purchased two huge ones in Montana. He is very persnickity, so you can imagine they are gorgeous. If you have any trouble with any of the sources, let me know & I can ask him for source. I have a faux one that I painted with a high-gloss enamel in white. I love them.
Good luck Pam and hope you are loving all the beautiful Spring weather you've been experiencing. Have a terrific weekend xx deb
Hi, I am getting in on this post late but I always get my antler chandeliers at cabelas.com - under home and cabin then lighting.
they are a great price and real antlers!
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