Recent Examples of antler from the Web
The piece the show is named after, a bubblegum-pink horse skull adorned with nine-point epoxy antlers by Alessandra Expósito, is a good précis.
The room opens onto several others overflowing with fascinating angling displays that run the technological gamut from a bone hook from around 10,000 B.C. in Netherlands, a hooks and line from 3,000 B.C., reindeer antler harpoons from France circa.
On one occasion, a sublegal sheep was taken, and on another, antlers were taken before meat, troopers said.
The free event includes plenty of family fun with a climbing wall, BB-gun range, antler making, tractor pulls, K-9 field demonstrations, and moose-calling competitions for adults and for kids 12 and under.
Open the door here and you’ll be ensconced in a quintessential Northwoods ambiance of birch bark tables, antler chandeliers, timber logs and plaid blankets draped about.
The foyer’s antique Spanish-style chest is the client’s own, the David Cressey lamp and ceramic horse are from JF Chen, the antler chandelier is from CBS Showroom, and the rug is by Christopher Farr.
No elk was harmed in the making of four remarkable 15-foot antler arches in the center of Jackson.
Anyway, what transpires is the elk begins to engage this guy, lowering its head and pushing its antlers against his shoulders.
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Origin and Etymology of antler
ANTLER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of antler for English Language Learners
: the horn of a deer or similar animal
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