Oklahoma Casting Alpine Ibex Horns Wall ArtItem # HN-OCC160
- Realistic ridged horns of the alpine ibex
- Heavy resin casts for realistic weight and feel
- Aged bone finish on antlers; deep wood on base
- Carved base with leaves and branches
- Dimensions: 35H x 12W x 17D inches
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The Oklahoma Casting Horn and Antler Collection
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- Great Detail
- Quality Construction
- Visually Pleasing
- Vivid Colors
- Too Heavy
- Too huge
Comments about Oklahoma Casting Alpine Ibex Horns Wall Art:
This piece is REALLY great if you want to put some very unique horns up on your wall. The plaque they come with is very well done and the coloration on the horns is great. However, I have to knock them down a star and say they are absolutely huge. A LOT bigger than I expected. They're also EXTREMELY heavy. It's not necessarially a bad thing, since real skulls/horns ARE VERY heavy, but for a replica? I prefer replicas to have a nice weight to them but not be too heavy. If you do plan on hanging them, you better make sure it's a good spot that can support the weight.
The measurements of the piece are pretty accurate in terms of "how wide the entire piece is" but they're very vague when it comes to the actual SIZE of the horns, which is massive, and the picture was very misleading to me.
The BASE circumfrence of each horn is around 9.7" and around the curve the horns measure 39" long. I don't know why they call it an apline ibex, either. These aren't ibex horns, they're sable antelope horns. So if you do end up hanging them, you should know what they are, haha.
Overall, great set of horns and great wall art. Definitely a wonderful piece to have without having to go out and harvest it yourself.
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