The Rustic Antler Chandelier In Modern Decor

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The rustic antler chandelier can be seen as the crown jewel of rustic decoration, accompanying antler art and furniture at the rustic cabin or lodge. They can also be found in high-end boutiques, hotels, restaurants, and hotels all over the world. This article has been created to give the reader information on the history, construction, and use of these magnificent examples of natures art.

Antlers have been used throughout history. The materials were a natural byproduct of the animals which were hunted for food and were used to make weapons, tools, and for adornment and ceremonial purposes.

One of the earliest recorded uses of antler was in ancient Chinese Traditional Medicine, in which they were ground up and used in tonics to treat different ailments.

During the Roman period, antlers were used for decorative as well as practical purposes, such as loop attachments.

From the Medieval period buttons and beads appeared in Europe. With the use of candles, there came a need for candle holders, and antlers were used for that purpose as well. Before long, hand-held candle holders lead to dangling candelabras. The modern antler chandeliers relies upon these ancient candelabras.

From the Early Iron Age to the Middle Ages, some of the objects made from antler include practical things like needles, buckles, fasteners, and combs. Lots of the ones existing today came from the 9th to the 11th century and were often found in Vikings settlements.

Native Americans used antlers to make a variety of weapons and weapons such as handles for knives, spear points, and hide scraers. Ceremonial and adornment items such as bracelets, hairpins, combs, and figurines were also common.

Antlers are naturally shed. This does not hurt the animal, and also these shed antlers are utilized to make modern antler art. Deer, elk, moose, and caribou are all examples of animals that produce antlers.

When it comes to deciding on a piece of antler art, there are a few points to take into account. If you’re looking for something to add a bit of personality to a room, picking something appropriately sized to fit the overall look and feel of this room is a fantastic place to begin. If the room you’re decorating is big enough, you can add some antler furniture or an antler chandelier with more mass that will not overwhelm the room.

While buying antler lighting, always make sure that the entire fixture is CSA and UL certified to comply with manufacturing codes and regulations for the USA, Canada, and Europe.

While antler art is often associated with the rustic decor of cabins and lodges, the contemporary antler chandelier and antler furniture in general are found in many upscale institutions across the world.

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