Taxidermy Eland Pedestal Mount

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  1. The Artistry of Wildlife

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    Dennis those have to be the first set of ears on an Eland trophy I have seen that don't look like a bloody Goblins. Wow.

    Nice trophy. Gorgeous work.

    This may have to be what I do with my Eland.
     
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    Thanks Brick
    Would be Happy to do this type of piece for you
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    Nice work Dennis Fantastic mount.
     
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    That's nice work Sir.

    Please check your inbox.

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    Dennis, there is an Eland in the shipment on the way to you from Coppersmith. I would be delighted if it looked like the one pictured above after you work your magic.

    Dave Adams
     
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    Wow Dennis, that really looks great. Nice work.
     
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    You got it Dave, This is our typical eland mount. This one is a pedestal on wood base. We can do this as a wall mount also. I'll be in touch as soon as your trophies arrive and get the poses set for you pieces!
    Can't wait to so them for you.
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    Can you please share a view of the entire mount?
    What are the dimensions (3d)?
    I would like to figure out the space required.
     
  10. The Artistry of Wildlife

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    I can do that, will post them Sat.
    Here are some measurements.
    Height 69" without the base.
    Tip of the nose to back of mount 48"
    Width 26-28"
     

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