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Researchers have compared these to antlers on male deer.
The mount's stocky antlers belonged to a buck shot by Kleinow's father, George, in the Upper Peninsula during the 1923 season.
In her bedroom, Maras uses mounted antlers as a holder for dozens of pairs of reading glasses.
Her mix of sculpture, whimsy and clever details in silver with gemstones, rough diamonds, glass, pieces of x-rays, naturally shed antlers and ceramics make her Q2 Jewelry Collection daring and unique.
And in the end, Chris uses those mounted antlers to impale and kill Dean and earn his escape.
Although deer have been bred for over a century, interest has spiked in recent decades, in part due to interest in a buck named Patrick that was kept as a pet in the Midwest and grew large and unique antlers in the 1980s.
Materials: Sterling silver, naturally shed antlers, labradorite and other semi-precious gemstones.
For roughly 7,500 years, a shallow, swampy lake in the area had hidden a pile of stones that contained the skeletal remains of at least 10 people and weapons made of stone and antler.
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: the horn of a deer or similar animal
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