Art Antiques Antlers has an assorted collection of original lights, lamps, lamp shades and lamp bases in a variety of shapes, colours and styles.
There is a collection of hanging lights including a pirate inspired hanging light, wrought iron light with amber shade, and hanging light with 3 amber mottled glass covers.
In addition, the collection has a variety of Victorian lamp shades as well as some contemporary shades to complete the range. To compliment this we have a selection of brass, marble, copper, crystal, glass, metal, steel and antler lamp bases.
Most of the shades are original from their genuine era and are in variable condition. Some are exceptional quality whilst others have been loved and treasured and are very worn with lots of much loved character and beauty.
Please contact us via website www.artantiquesantlers.com.au or [email protected] or 0414782079 if you have any queries regarding our range of lamp shades and lamp stands.
The best thing about Art Antiques Antlers pieces are that they are evergreen and will never date as they are classic and timeless. They will last for life and you will never have to replace them or assemble them. If the children scratch or alter the piece it will be ok and will add to the authenticity of the piece.
Try a statement piece and see how it feels to be evergreen in your home.
Art Antiques Antlers is a decorator boutique namely for her parlour and his man cave. Age and imperfection are vital to the Art Antiques Antlers range. Items are sold ‘as is’ to retain their natural beauty, integrity and wonder. Any imperfections are considered desirable. Products are evergreen, collector items and hard to find. Individuals, Architects, Interior Designers, Weddings are valued clients. Contact us for further information by email at [email protected]
Deer antler is not horn – it is bone. In fact it is the only animal that grows bone outside its body!
Antler growth on the male deer occurs in the warm spring and summer months and the duration of growth is approximately 3 1/2 months. In the early stages of growth the antler is soft and full of blood. The outer layer has a soft coating that looks and feels like velvet material. The antler progressively calcifies and this outer layer dries and falls away, leaving a calcified antler.
As the antler fully calcifies the males testosterone level rises and peaks around the full moon, each Easter. The animal uses his antlers to mark out territory and to fight rival males during the mating season. This lasts approximately 6 weeks, then the males rest up over winter and as nature provides new growth in the spring, the old antler falls off and another begins to grow.