Are you tired of all the actual dead deer mounts in your home? How about YOUR antlers mounted on a form and covered with your choice of fabric?
This is Glen. (He has already found a "Forever Home" but you can have your own antlers mounted in your choice of fabrics and leathers.
"Prince", upholstered in REGAL RED is currently enjoying his temporary home in my gallery. Come and visit him.
Prince, as all my mounts, has real White Tail antlers,
And how can you resist those eyes? And the lashes?
Lots of leather and upholstery tacks were used on this elegant fella.
Using your antlers or a pair that I purchse, I'll work with you to choose your favorite fabric and colors when you order your own dear deer. Prices begin at $975 with your antlers and can vary with cost of special fabrics. Shipping available; costs to be determined based on these variables.
Again, just LOOK at those eyes!
This is Ray - short for Raymond or a RAY of sunshine. Take your pick.
Gold brocade and gold leather set off by large upholstery tacks
This Elk antler is made to sit on a table or it can be hung on a wall. The pots mounted on this antle4r are wheel-thrown black basalt clay and are in bisque form.
The succlents in these pots are ... fake. I'm not a gardener, OK? They can be removed and a real gardner could probably grow real plants in them.
These are horsehair pots mounted securely on an Elk antler You can learn more about that process on the POTTERY page.
This antler can rest on a table or be mounted on a wall.
I prefer to call this antler "well aged" rather than"old". It was uncovered in the
brush in Bastrop county and had been nourishing small animals for some time. It's still beautiful. The pots are horsehair pots.
This is a rope and fabric basket, woven around a pair of White Tail antlers. The rings undulate and twist to conform to the shape of the horns.
You might ask yourself, what would I do with this basket?. Ivy seems to like growing in it. My sister puts granola bars in hers Her husband thought it might make a good weapon in ana emergency). Use it for your key collection, whatever. Your own imagination is your limit.
These cute little horsehair pots were pressed onto the antlers to conform with the shape. They are mounted securely and, yep, those are fake succulents in them!
$65 and free shipping in the Continental USA
One little antler makes a nice handle for this hand-made rope basket basket.
$55 and free shipping
in the continental USA
Jo Watts, ClaySmith
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