4.29.2010

                   
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Antoine Laverdiere's Restaurant Animal Lights Available To the Public




If you've ever been to, or read about the famed Montreal restaurant, Le Club Chasse et Peche, you may have noticed the unusual animal wall sconces and pendant lamps.



Designer Antoine Laverdiere was commissioned by the Montreal restaurant to create some unusual lighting for them. The results are whimsical ceramic and glass Buffalo and Veal wall sconces and Duck pendant lamps.




And now, the soft and ambient whimsical lights are actually available to the public for purchase.

Duck (le canard) is available in white ceramic with a mouth blown, clear glass shade. A white ceiling canopy/cover is included for ceiling (hardwired) installation.

$379.00, 7" x 10", buy it here.

The Veal or Calf (le Veau) is available in smoke and offers left and right models for bedside installation. Installs by electrical plug:

Buffalo (le Bison) can be used as a wall sconce or table lamp and is available in white. Installs with an electrical plug.
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Buffalo: 18"L x 8.5"W
25W G19 bulb medium (not included)
base included


Veal (Calf) : 13.5"L x 5.5"W
 Max 40 W G16.5 bulb (not included)
 Candelabra base included

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$429.00 each, you can buy them here.
A plug-in dimmer cord in black or white is an additional option.

Le Club Chasse et Peche
423 St Claude
Montreal, QC H2Y 3B6, Canada
(514) 861-1112

You can see more of designer Antoine Laverdiere's work here.
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