These deer antler trophies were found thrifting at Renninger's Antique Extravaganza at Mount Dora. specifics below in order of photo appearance.
First piece the macrame was made using 100% cotton rope in natural and gray color. The trophy plaque was stained, the base covered in real rabbit skin. A natural stone was placed in the center for added accent. The back of the plaque has the date stamp of when it was done, kept to preserve the history. A sawtooth hook was placed on the back for hanging. This one of a kind wall hanging measures 42 x 7 inches including the bottom fringe.
The second piece trophy plaque measures 14 x 10 inches was wood burned, stained, and the base was covered in real rabbit skin. A sawtooth hook was placed on the back for hanging. The macrame was made using Bobbini 100% cotton rope in black and natural color. It has a Native American indian charm, a bison coin concho and beaded feathers as the center focus. The sides were woven with an deep orange and center with green yarn. On the hangs and bottom it has tin beads. This one of a kind wall hanging measures 40 x 13 inches including the bottom fringe.