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Moose Antler Chandeliers

Beautiful accents to add the perfect finishing touches to any room can often be achieved by lighting, including moose antler chandeliers. Below you can find moose antler chandeliers for sale on Amazon and eBay. The selection is usually excellent, and typically includes chandeliers made with real moose antlers as well as faux (reproduction) antlers.

The real moose antler chandeliers offered for sale are often "sheds," which mean they come from a bull (male) moose that naturally shed the antlers during the yearly grow, shed, and re-grow cycle. The faux antler chandeliers are highly realistic; the antlers are often made from molds derived from real antlers then painstakingly hand-painted to achieve a natural look that, for most people, is indistinguishable from real antlers. The faux antler chandeliers often cost less than the ones made with real antlers. For details on any moose antler chandelier you may consider purchasing, see the item's description.

Below: Very large moose antlers mounted high in the air on a ranch shop building.

Large moose antlers

Other great places to find moose antler chandeliers are:

Moose Antler Chandeliers On Etsy

Below are antler chandeliers for sale on Amazon and eBay.

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Tips On How To Hang A Moose Antler Chandelier

Hanging Height Of A Moose Antler Chandelier

How high or low you should hang a moose antler chandelier is really just a matter of personal taste; in other words, hang it where you want to hang it. However, there are a few general guidelines that may help you make a decision.

Moose Antler Chandeliers and Dining Room Tables

A chandelier hung over a dining room table should not interfere with the sight line of the people seated around the table. The general guidelines for hanging a chandelier over a dining room table are as follows:

Don't forget that every room in a home is different, and that all these guidelines are just that: guidelines. There are no rules, and you can, and should, hang your chandelier where you think it looks best.

Below: Moose antlers in bright green spring grass.

Moose antlers in the grass

What Are Antlers?

Antlers are found on animals in the family Cervidae which includes moose, elk, deer, and more. In most species antlers are found only on males, but in caribou/reindeer they are found on males and females. In moose, like most other species, antlers are found only on the bulls (males). Unlike horns, antlers are not a permanent part of the animals' skull. Instead, they are grown, shed, and re-grown annually. An antler that has matured naturally dies and falls off the animals' skull; these types of antlers are called "sheds."

Below: A bull moose with large antlers. Many real (as opposed to faux) antler chandeliers are made from "sheds," or antlers that fall off naturally during the yearly grow, shed, and re-grow cycle.

A bull moose with antlers

Above: Public domain image.

Save The Chandelier For Later

If you find a moose antler chandelier for sale on Amazon that you like 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 items in your Amazon shopping cart or "Save for later" list does NOT reserve them! It just makes them easier to find if they're 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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