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Project stonegarden 2020 In addition to our showroom with 2700 m2 and more than 165,000 items, and 6 sheds with (1. incense / sage & shell hall, 2. amethyst geodes shed, 3. salt lamp hall, 4. Madagascar hall, 5. Wooden decoration hall and 6. Dino’s & Children's displays) we proudly present project Stonegarden 2020. At the beginning of 2019, a large outdoor area of over 4200 m2 was added and so far, 16 containers (or 192,000 kilos of raw gems) with rough stones have been incorporated into it, and the result is impressive, more than 55 raw stones and a complete overview in this brochure. And of course, a very special offer to celebrate the opening of the Stonegarden! We are closed on Saturday 23 November, but you can place your order on the website.

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Moose head as beautiful decorative wall decoration.

Moose head as beautiful decorative wall decoration.


Moose head as beautiful decorative wall decoration.


Beautiful wall decoration, inspired by the Elk found in Scandinavia. Beautiful model, only few pieces available.


H 40 x 45 x 19 cm


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The moose is a very large animal with a remarkable nose. The coat is rough and greyish brown in color. Moulting falls in the spring. The legs are long, so he can walk in the deep snow, and are greyish white. In females (cows), this color goes on to the tail. Adult males (bulls) have a beard and antlers. Elk have a good sense of smell and hearing. However, visibility is limited. The moose has a snout-vent length of 200 to 290 centimeters. The female is approximately 25% smaller than the male. The male has a height of 180 to 220 centimeters and a weight of 320 to 800 kilograms, the female a withers of 150 to 170 centimeters and a weight of 275 to 375 kilograms. The tail is quite small, and only 7 to 10 centimeters long. The antlers can easily reach a wingspan of two meters. Eland Bulls generally have a wide, sheet-shaped spud antler with short projections, but there are also individuals with a rod takvormig antlers. The occurrence of both types is geographically: as bulls in southern Scandinavia are often a rod antlers and northern Scandinavia more often a hoe antlers. Especially large antlers hoe his beloved hunting trophies. The antlers are shed every year between December and March. In April, it will grow again, and in August or September or October, the bark abraded skin.