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Do You Hunt Deer?

Published on 2/18/2014
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 Do you hunt deer, or know someone who does? I personally don't hunt, but I do

know several people who do. The reason for my question is because a friend of

mine turns deer antlers into lamps. He can make a table lamp or a floor lamp. Or...

if you really want to go all out, even a chandelier. Just how cool would that be?

    He can take your antlers that you have collected, and turn them into lights.

Then, when visitors come to your house, they can't help but notice your antlers.

Since deer antlers are unique to each deer, each lamp will be unique. Do you have

a "man cave" in your home, or would the living room be better? Either way, you

would be sure to get a response from visitors. Make sure to check his web site,

and look at all the pictures he has of some of his work. (I've posted a link below.)

Truly, each lamp is a work of art, and will last a lifetime.

    I know the owner of Owens Antler Chandeliers from our school days at Windsor

High School. (I haven't attended school in almost 40 years, so I've known him for a

while.) He is honest and reliable, and I am sure he could answer all your questions. And

when you do talk to him, make sure to tell him that Jim sent you. (It can't hurt.) Here

is his web site: http://t.co/YzsWEo4dnl

Thanks for visiting, and have a very blessed day!
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