Described by Brooklyn-based designer Jason Miller as “nature made better,” the Superordinate Antler Collection (2003) could be called an artful collision between hunting lodge décor and high-end contemporary design. Made completely out of ceramic with classic flame light bulbs at its tips, it will certainly provide a bright conversation piece for your next dinner party. When turned on, the bulbs throw shadows of the branch-like antlers onto the walls and ceiling, creating further decorative forms. Bulbs (included): incandescent candelabra 25W/120V/E17. Made in U.S.A.
A modern sconce with a rustic edge.
The ceramic structure is cast from molds of deer antlers.
Jason Miller opened his Brooklyn-based design studio, Roll & Hill, in 2010 to satisfy his desire "to make products that appeal to the American market." Nestled somewhere between mass production and custom design, Roll & Hill creates lighting fixtures that assume a classic form and style while appealing to a contemporary American sensibility. As Miller sees it, Americans prefer more warmth and visual weight than their European modernist counterparts, who are stylistically rooted in minimalism.