lamps. Saturday , November 18th , 2017 - 12:50:15 PM
In Jackson Hole, WY the town's square is embellished with arches created from Elk antlers. It is certainly unique and you can create the same spirit with antler lamps. Small lamps are created from whitetail deer antlers while large light fixtures such as chandeliers may have tiers of elk antlers with rawhide lampshades. One of the most popular lamps is created with moose antlers, recognizable with their beautiful dark palms and dark rawhide lamp shades.
If you want to use them as displays, there are models on which animals are perched. The animals may be painted on polyresin rocks. That material is receptive to most paints. There are also solar rock lights that are embossed with floral patterns. Larger rocks may be used as solar flower vases. The inside of the vase is water-proofed and the light peeks out from the bottom.
A lumen (lm) is the measure of luminous flux (light in transit), which is defined as light power as perceived by the human eye. When the metric area over which luminous flux is spread is taken into account, the SI measurement of illuminance, or lux (lx), is used. Alternately, when non-metric (foot) area is calculated, the non-SI footcandle (fc) unit is used to measure illuminance. Mathematically, one lux equals one lumen per square meter, or 1 lx= 1 lm/m2. Conversely, one footcandle equals one lumen per square foot, or 1 fc = 1 lm/ft2. Finally, one footcandle is approximately equal to 10.764 lux.
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