Notice the visually appealing and intricately carved elephants with tiny details clearly visible. Look at the tiny branches and large leaves of the tree and see the fine details and rings around the tree trunk. Slight discoloration can be seen on the top of the tusk with shades of grey-brown which is due to the organic mammoth ivory absorbing the minerals in the soil as it lay buried in the permafrost for eons.
Each elephant has been carved in a different position and action giving a realistic touch to the sculpture. The brownish and ivory white sculpture provides a beautiful amalgamation of colours and hues, giving a beautiful look to the carved image. The fragile sculpture has interconnecting banana trees on the top that provide a lattice-like look. Notice how the leaves ripple out and the rough skin on the trunk of the elephants is carved with detail. The back shows the dark shades that authenticate the ivory as genuine.
Height including stand
A floral carved wooden stand adds to the beauty of this Mammoth ivory genuine tusk.
The master carver has signed this piece of art.
This hand carved Mammoth Ivory Tusk is Hand carved by Master Carver to perfection.
This Mammoth ivory tusk Carving is made of 100% genuine Mammoth Ivory Tusk. The extinct woolly Mammoth roamed the earth before 10,000-40,000 years ago. Today we can found Mammoth ivory tusk in the arctic regions like Siberia in Russia.
Mammoth ivory TUSKS are absolutely legal worldwide.
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