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Antler Lamps

Antler lamps are a timeless decorating touch for home or business. Like any type of lamp they come in all different styles and sizes, with a variety of different touches for antler bases and lamp shades. For more information please scroll down beneath the antler lamps for sale.

Below: An antler lamp with a faux leather lamp shade.

Antler lamp with shade


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Below are antler lamps for sale on Amazon and eBay.

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About Antlers

Antlers are non-permanent growths on the skull of animals in the family Cervidae, which include deer, elk, moose, and more. They typically grow in pairs, with one antler on each side of the head. Antlers are not a permanent part of the skull; rather, they are grown, shed, and re-grown annually.

In most species, including deer, elk, and moose, antlers are found only on males. In caribou/reindeer, however, antlers are found on both males and females.

Below: A male deer with large antlers. This is a Red Deer, a large species of deer that inhabits Europe as well as other parts of the world.

A male red deer with large antlers

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An antler that has matured then fallen off the skull as part of the natural grow, shed, and re-grow cycle is called a "shed." While some antler lamps are made from real antlers (usually sheds), most of the ones currently for sale use faux (reproduction) antlers. Faux antlers are less expensive than their real counterparts, and their size and appearance can be controlled during the manufacturing process.

Below: A collection of deer antlers on a ranch in Colorado. These antlers are referred to as "sheds" because the deer lost them, or shed them, during the annual shed-and-regrow cycle.

A pile of shed deer antlers

Real Antlers, Faux Antlers, and Antler Lamps

While some antler lamps are made from real antlers, most of the ones currently for sale use faux (reproduction) antlers. Faux antlers can be painted in a variety of attractive or artistic designs, adding a unique flair to a lamp or room. They can also be quite realistic in appearance and difficult to distinguish from real antlers.

If an antler lamp uses real antlers they are almost always sheds, as described above. If the origin of the antlers in a lamp you are interested in is important to you be sure to read the description of the lamp carefully.


Save The Lamp For Later

If you find an antler lamp that you like on Amazon but you're not ready to purchase it right away, you can always add it to your shopping cart so it will be easy to find later.

Important: Putting an item in your Amazon shopping cart or "Save for later" list does NOT reserve it! It just makes it easier to find if it's still in stock when you come back.

Below: Screenshot image showing the "delete" and "Save for later" links when an item is in the Amazon shopping cart.

Cowboy Amazon shopping cart

 

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