Ice Age Native American: Ice Age Moose

Published on November 17, 2012 by Amy

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American Stag Moose
American Stag Moose

This extinct Ice Age animals figure is tall. The body stone is supported in the back by a “leg” stone resembling two side legs of the beast, of which the end can be seen from the front. Stack wet. As precariously as this Ice Age animals figure appears to be stacked, I have stacked it so many times, I eventually found the perfect position (shown here in photos) and it stood on my bookshelf on a bouncy floor for over a year before I decided to bag and tag it. Chestnut jasper w sparkling quartzite antlers, 4 parts. 7.0″h x 5.3″L; 1327 gm.

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