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This composition of a wood grouse and a dog (laika) carved on a moose antler is an example of mixed carving technique. The figure of the wood grouse stands out carved in the antler and the figure of the dog is an additional element, a sculpture carved in wood.

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This is another interpretation of the bear-in-a-village scene with a slightly different representation of the background (the old tree trunk) and the bear's posture and gait. The master applied relief carving and toning.

(1187)
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This composition of a wild boar against a forest background is carved into the moose antler. The feeling of the animal's movement is the focus. The trees and the roots are carefully worked at.

Different tinges of brown make the animal and the background stand out, this effect is achieved by colouring and burning.

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