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“....and in the springtime, after a harsh winter, the Shaman sent out his spirit guides in search of game in order that the tribe may be saved from starvation.” This sculpture is based on a theme quite often found in Inuit legend.

It is made from shed Caribou and Moose antlers. The points of the Caribou antler take the form of the bird spirit while the Shaman pleads with the heavens to send good hunting in order that the famine may be eased.

“The Shaman” is 8 inches at the tallest point, the base is made from Moose antler and the bird’s eyes are from found Buffalo horn. It has a slightly weathered look, typical of antler that has been lying on the tundra for a period of time. Animals shed their antlers every year at which time they start to grow a new set for the coming season. We like to think of it a recycling a rather unique material.

Antler sculpture


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: shed caribou antler, moose antler, buffalo horn
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
  • Feedback: 43 reviews
  • Favorited by: 27 people