Woolly Mammoth Tusk Carving

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A beautiful Woolly Mammoth tusk decorative ivory carving or card holder by master carver Konstantin Soyfer. A December Fossil of the Month. This ivory carving is made from a real 2-5/8" diamenter Mammuthus primigenius tusk from Siberia. It features a 3D carving of a mother mammoth and her cub. Incredible detail captured and is 100% natural including color. The base is a highly polished burl wood. This tusk section has excellent color and shine. This is your opportunity to own a Woolly Mammoth tusk carving from the Ice Age. Authenticity guaranteed. A very unique gift!

R551         Size:  6-3/4" High ;  Base measures 5-1/8" x 3"

Link -> Woolly Mammoth Fossils

A beautifully perserved Mammoth tusk carving from an extinct elephant ancestor with long, curved tusks from the Ice Age. Note - Skeleton photo by Wolfman SF.
The Wooly Mammoth is an extinct species of mammoth that lived during the Ice Age. The wooly mammoth was similar in size to the modern African Elephant. Male Wooly Mammoth could approach 7000 lbs while the female would approach 5000 lbs. in weight. The Wooly Mammoth are known for their large curved tusks. Their tusks were used for manipulating objects, fighting, and foraging.