Monkeys in apricot tree has been carved carefully by the Master Carver using a piece of pure mammoth ivory. Look at the group of monkeys that are spread throughout the branches of the tree. Some are holding the apricots while some of the monkeys are holding the branches. Look at the intricately carved figures of monkeys in apricot tree. Each of the monkey has been carved individually, doing a specific action that varies from the next monkey. Carved on a vertical slice of the mammoth ivory tusk, it isn’t easy to utilize the piece of ivory with such alacrity. It does signify the skill and experience of the Master Carver over mammoth ivory carving. The intricate action and visual appeal of the sculpture gives a window into the life of a group of monkeys that reside in fruit trees. Together yet separate, the monkeys live in groups but are sitting on different branches, as can be seen from the sculpture.

Monkeys in apricot tree

See the faces, fingers and paws of the monkeys. The Master Carver has managed to intricately carve the fur such that it gives a life-like appearance. The brown colored ivory is pure mammoth ivory and the hue is due to being buried for centuries under the cold frozen permafrost of the Tundra region. Being an organic material, the ivory absorbed the minerals in the soil, lending the tusk hues of brown, crafted from a piece of tusk with mineral absorption, the monkeys in apricot tree is a masterpiece. Well-designed, sculpted and polished to perfection, the mammoth ivory sculpture is a rare masterpiece.

Balanced on a piece of wooden base, the complementing color scheme has given the sculpture an elegant look. The vertical sculpture is fixed inside a groove within the wooden base, lending a symmetrical look.

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