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Paula says - "This slender corn maiden is carved from deer antler and has inlay power spots of coral, turquoise and jet."
Dime above shows scale of carving.
ANTLER - Antler is a hornlike, bony growth, usually branched, that grows in pairs on the head of a deer, moose, elk, caribou, or other members of the deer family. Antlers occur on the heads of male deer and on some related species of either sex. Because of antler's rich brown colors and ease of carving, it is a preferred medium of many carvers. Antlers are a renewable resource, as they are shed each year and grow more branches each season as the animal ages.