If you have loads of money, there are of course the obvious solutions of “giving” that cash to a friend, gambling your cash away, or there’s a better solution of buying one of these incredible giraffe chandeliers. They are absurdly expensive, but money is nothing if you want to make happy your child or your family.


These Giraffe Chandeliers Can Perk Up Any Interior Or Garden

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These chandelier lamps are named as “Giraffe in love.” Designer Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba and manufacturer Qeeboo are the creators of this love child.

These chandeliers are made to look like an actual giraffe is holding and chewing on a lighted chandelier that they recently broke off from the ceiling, as they can easily reach up to the height of most chandeliers. Maybe the giraffe mistook the chandelier for some tasty leaves, or he may love the design of it and wanted to bring it home.

Here the giraffe chandelier is neck poking out from the wall. There’s also another version of the giraffe lamp which is the full body of the giraffe holding a chandelier. The smaller version with just the neck measures 5.6 feet tall, whereas the full-body giraffe chandelier measures a staggering 13.1 feet tall, which is the same size as an actual young giraffe. There’s also a relatively normal-sized x-small version of the giraffe lamp that measures just 39 inches tall.

The Biggest Version Of The Giraffe Stands At 13 Ft And Retailing For $40K

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“The Giraffe Is In Love But She Does Not Know It Yet Because Her Heart Is Far From Her Head And She Lives Love Light-Heartedly.”

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The chandeliers can be placed outside and inside, as they are wind and water-resistant. “Giraffe in love” are crafted using fiberglass except for the XS version that’s made from plastic, the other two.

The wall-mounted giraffe chandelier lamp is a new product from the collaboration between artist/designer Marcantonio and Qeeboo, which is called the “Giraffe in love.” It depicts the neck and head of a giraffe holding a classic Marie-Therese style chandelier. They are in white or black colors and made from fiberglass. They are also designed to look distressed, and each one is custom made, so it takes around 3-4 weeks for delivery.

Even the price is also a lavish one even though the giraffes look luxurious. You need $40K, to afford the biggest “Giraffe in love.”

That Costs Around $4,000

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Italian designer Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba designed the giraffe chandeliers. He has also created similar animal lamps such as various versions of a monkey holding a light-bulb, a dog holding a lamp, a boar holding a lamp, a man holding a light-bulb, a child holding a chandelier,  bird lamps, along with a mouse holding a light-bulb.

The Smallest Chandelier Giraffe Is Made From Plastic

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“He loves thinking about his work as a direct continuation of what he used to do when he was a child, playing with everything he finds, and create what his mind imagined. Actually, looking for the aesthetic component and concept takes ideas from the same sources he created while playing, daydreaming with everything normally surrounds him.  He learned from Art how an idea could be elegant, that’s why he’s always looking for pure concepts and summary.”

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The wall lamp with only of the giraffe’s neck and headstands at around $4,000 and you can get them in black or white. The smallest one is in many colors (black, white, grey, dusty rose, warm sand, and cool sand) and retails for around only $540.

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