RVC Antlers: Giving You Unique Hand-Crafted Antler Art

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RVC Antlers showcases beautiful handmade antler art by Jeff Musgrave. Virginia Cahoj sees the splendor and the soul within this art and wants to share them with the world through her new website and blog.

My son makes these pieces of antler art. We've taken his items and made our own website to help him out

When Virginia Cahoj decided to start her own business, she sought inspiration not from an oil or real estate tycoon, but from her own son. "My son makes these pieces of antler art. We've taken his items and made our own website to help him out," said Cahoj of http://www.RVCAntlers.com.

Using real antlers, artisan Jeff Musgrave assembles beautifully made chandeliers. Musgrave has also made a video chronicling the process of making antler chandeliers. In addition, RVC Antlers also carries finishing accessories and tool kits related the assembly and care of antler art.

Though the website specializes in chandeliers at the moment, Musgrave's other art may show up. "He also builds chairs, coffee tables and lamps," explained Cahoj. "He incorporates antiques into his art. There are a few things that we don't have on the site yet, but we'll add more of his art to have a variety of antler products."

As an artist, Musgrave is constantly making new antler art and unlike many artists, he is willing to share his tips and techniques, as evidenced by his instructional video. As an updated companion, Cahoj launched a blog, http://www.AntlerChandeliersBlog.com.

The blog also acts a regular website and profile for Musgrave himself. "There are little bits and pieces about Jeff that people should know," said Cahoj. "He is an honest and hardworking man. His work is high quality and he mostly does everything himself."

While RVCAntlers.com continues to shift and expands its unique example of antler art, Cahoj maintains that the quality of Musgrave's pieces will be reflected in the website.

"We have something very special here and one of a kind in many communities and homes. More than anything, however, there's something precious about a chandelier that was made entirely by hand."

About the Company:
RVC Antlers is a part of RVC Enterprises, which is owned and operated by Virginia Cahoj. The company features handmade art exclusively made by artisan Jeff Musgrave, who works with antler art and the usage of antiques within the art.

Contact Information:

Virginia Cahoj
(785) 222-2845

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