Beautiful antler point with feathers carved from bone. The dark seeds are Jojoba- the native name is Jaboncillio. The seeds were found in Pelanque Chiapas, Mexico which had fallen from a giant tree. When collected, the outer “sticky” layer is peeled and added to water to make natural soap. A whole was drilled into each seed and then added to crystaline stone, a deer antler point, and bone shaped feathers to create this beautiful one of a kind piece.
These deer antlers spent months traveling the local forests protecting a deer before falling to the ground, allowing new antlers to grow and continuing the cycle. One of my favorite past times is to walk in nature and create art with what I find. All of my antler pieces have come from found sheds mostly around northern British Columbia. I use every piece of the shed to make necklaces, earrings, dream catchers, and much more. There is something powerful about the deer, the medicine it provides us, and the strength you will receive from wearing the antler.