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This pendant is made of cow-bone. It's an own design inspired by animal-patterns in Jelling-style.

This charm is thought to give power to the bearer, the power of the predator (rovdjur)
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FOR SALE! This is the best out of a series of brooches I made. It is chased and repoussed copper, sterling silver, enamel, and a mexican fire opal. Contact me if you want it.

SALE OVER! This was in an auction that benefited autistic children. I think it went for $120 or so.
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My newest carved work.

It's a carved vessel made out of a deer antler.
It's got an open area inside under the cap, that's about an inch deep and a little bigger around than my thumb.
(I wouldn't put liquids in it, but it would work for something that's had scented oil put on it like a piece of fabric, or for herbs, granular incense, salt, ect. Or little rocks or beads.)

The antler itself is carved with Newgrange style spirals, and is capped with a textured spiral carved from bone colored Corian. (Yes, the countertop stuff!)
The little cabochon in the center of the cap is hand cut from jade colored Corian. (It's about 4mm around!! Not easy to do without lapidary equipment.)
A couple lengths of handmade copper chain serve as a way to hang it up, and as a safety chain for the cap.

I'll put more views of this up in my scraps.

It'll be posted on our etsy account soon, and will be around $45 USD + shipping.

Our Etsy: [link]
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My first ever custom antler ring! It took about two hours to carve completely and proved to be more fun than previously thought.

In case you are wondering what has been inscribed across the front its "Rothfuss". I did this ring for one of my favorite authors and I plan to send it to one this week.
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This is a pendant carved from a section of a type of small coconut that is almost completely solid and very hard and dense. I carved large portions out of the back to reduce the weight, and ended up making the back very intricate and multi-leveled. The two holes at the sides of the back are for a cord. Hand-rubbed beeswax finish. About 2-3/4 inches high.
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sterling silver
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Looking at recent pictures of Andalites reminded me that, decades ago, I had made a model of an alien creature that had eyestalks and ate with its feet. Here are two views of it, from very poor slide photos. About eight inches high. Made from available plastic parts and shaped plastic scrap. It was later given a textured and patterned paint job.

This species has three legs that are equipped with mouths and feeding tendrils. They breath through slots in the sides of their legs. Their brains are hidden inside the bulky body. They have a sensory stalk ending in eyestalks and ears. The ears also detect heat, and the eyes can be tucked inside them for protection. They also have a pair of three-fingered grooming tentacles. They never sit or lie down, but stand or walk their whole lives. They are sentient beings, and excellent mathematicians. I don't know what they are called.
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Pendant cast in sterling silver
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this is a new piece -
though very close to designs I done years ago

mammoth ivory,silver,gold,opal,ruby
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celtic knot type god head
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