Antlers Chandeliers

Natural Art

Chandeliers with flair

Each chandelier is handmade in our workshop in Val-David, in the Laurentians region of Quebec.

Offered in a variety of cervidae horns – whether elk, stag, deer or moose — the chandeliers can be painted, dyed, or retain their natural look depending on the customer’s needs. We take great pride in our craftsmanship, therefore no wiring is visible and every horn used is authentic.

Red deer Chandelier

Our red deer horns come from cattle farms. The chandeliers vary from 30 to 72 inches in diameter and hold a minimum of 7 light bulbs.

White Tail Deer Chandelier

The white-tailed deer horns we use are all picked up in the woods.

This particular chandelier’s diameter varies between 26 and 30 inches. Ideal lighting for a dinner table, it can hold between 4 and 8 bulbs.

Mule Deer Chandelier

These horns come from western Canada. The finer nature of the tips of these horns make this chandelier a more delicate accessory.

We recommend placing one over a table or in a living room with a cathedral ceiling. Its diameter ranges from 30 to 44 inches.

Elk Chandelier

In Quebec, elk are only found in captivity. Their antlers, covered in velvet, are much larger than a white-tailed deer’s. Their length ranges from 35 to 48 inches.

Moose and Caribou Chandeliers

The moose has very massive antlers. The resulting chandelier is, therefore, fairly large — varying from 30 to 60 inches in diameter.
The caribou, however, has very long but thin horns — their tips resembling hands with curved fingers. Caribou are found in herds in northern Quebec.

Antler and Metal Chandelier

This type of chandelier is a combination of antlers and a metallic frame which can be either black, stainless steel, rusted or lacquered.