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Sunday, December 18, 2005

No Deer Were Harmed in the Making of This Furniture

A father and son from West Paris have carved out a niche for themselves in the custom-made antler home accessory business.

Mason Antler Design sells handcrafted items made from the cast-off antlers of deer and moose.
Jim Mason Sr., and his son Jerrold Mason have an inventory of roughly 6,000 antlers which they use to create everything from furniture, lamps, sconces, chandeliers, and coffee tables.

Looking for something really different? The Masons also make antler salt and pepper shakers, bottle openers, buttons, coat hooks, candelabras, handles for cabinets and drawers, even a rack for fireplace tools.

In fact, they can make just about anything you want out of antlers, since all of their practical artwork is custom-made once ordered. [Link]
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