Carved from a moose antler foraged in the Pacific Northwest. Moose antlers are the strongest antlers Ive worked with . 4 prongs feel great because they help distribute the weight of your hair and they make great hair combs!


Total length: about 5"

Prong length: about 6"


Hand carved flying bird inlaid with turquoise and lapis stones.


Hand sanded with many different grits for a smooth finish.


Polished with wax to help protect the claw from water; Antlers are not 100% waterproof as the pores in the antlers will soak up water and become rough.  Water is not going to ruin the claw (unless you boil it for a couple of hours) but it might cause the insides to feel a little rough.  If that happens you can take a fingernail file or a peice of sandpaper (120-600 grit) and smooth down those rough edges in no time. I swim with my personal antler hair claw and havent had to sand it down yet so it really depends on the antler. 


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Antler hair claw