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I have posted pics of these before on other threads but here they are together for anyone who has not seen them.

The first two use restored bleached antler.

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Sorry! Forgot to mention the shanks are She Oak (Allocasuarina). The left side stick has been lightly sanded.
 

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Nice work ****! Those are good looking sticks.
 

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Great looking sticks ****! Great job you've done on them as well. I like how you've left the shanks a bit rustic looking.
 

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Great job ****! I'm hoping to get some antler to work with yet this season.
 

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I buy mine from a local (Melbourne!!!) supplier. I have also purchased these from Ebay as I am desperate to make some sticks with Roe (which will be for selling).

I may have an outlet available at a local shop. We'll see.
 

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interested to see what you come up with

i some times buy buffalo horn of ebay trouble is they not usually the best quality. mostly okay for a market stick but large peices for a carved toppers are hard to come by
 
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