Look at the delicate and alluring portrayal of savanna tigers, sitting on rough landscape with rugged grasslands in the background. Don’t miss the replicated grass in the sculpture. Each of the leaves is carved individually and can be seen in all its glory, while the vegetation looks natural. There are four tigers, looking relaxed yet as if ready to jump if needed. Notice the well-sculpted muscles, paws and even the teeth are visible, giving them a ferocious look. The artist has carved them to minute perfection, giving the solid mammoth ivory an almost fluid look. Carved by cutting delicately through the tusk, the lower part of the tusk has been left natural. Notice the brown bark of the mammoth ivory, giving the complete sculpture an almost rustic look. Even though the tusk is cracked in a few places, due to the age and constant exposure to permafrost, the artist has used it to his benefit by adding the indentations and cracks as part of the sculpture. The beautiful teakwood base complements its beauty of the mammoth tusk ivory sculpture.
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Height: 47, Width:17 , Length: 11 CM