Maurine the walking mammoth has calm and docile eyes. She is reemerging from a 100,000 year old hibernation. This mammoth has been brought back to life as it is carved from an authentic Alaskan fossilized mammoth molar. The natural grain and color of the tooth bring depth and texture to recreate the mammoth's fur. The base is made of fluorite, which has rich blue, greens, and purples. The fluorite makes for a gorgeous ice berg. This is one of the most challenging materials Eddie carves in. It requires a diamond bit dremel as the hardness can reach up to a 6 on the Mohs hardness scale. Mammoth fossils date anywhere from 10,000 to 100,000 years old.
Sculptures are hand carved by Eddie Lee in his Pacific Northwest studio. Every carving is one of a kind, individually carved. The sculpture you see pictured is the exact one you will receive. Every fine art piece is hand signed by the artist and includes a certificate of authenticity, which describes the art piece and has a short biography of master sculptor, Eddie Lee.
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