Naturally shed and weathered, these antler knife handle blanks are perfect for primitive weaponry crafts when a natural look of age is desired. These blanks are of the most desired portion of antler for knife makers, also known as the solid crown, or 'burr' section of antler closest to the skull of the deer. Great for carving, since the burr tends to be solid bone material with little to no pith (soft marrow) at the base.
Rough sanded, cut to a shape similar to examples shown in the product pictures. Size, shape, and color will vary from handle to handle as these are all natural. Some handles show more weathering patina, micro-cracks, and age than others.
Approx 5-6 inches long from top end of handle to tip of burr. Width at blade side of handle will be a 1 inch minimum, these are considered full size. Priced per individual handle.