These next items are all one of a kind. Each one is hand made, using multiple bones from many different species. From fictional creatures, to representations of nature, these items prove to be more than special. Specialty items are not available for shipping, yet, but are for sale for local delivery or pickup. For inquiries, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stretching its wings and in full yawn, this dragon just woke from a long slumber.
16"L x 10"W x 11"H
Species: New Zealand Rabbit, Raccoon, Armadillo, Gar Fish
River otters are long, streamlined animals with a thick tapered tail and short legs. This species is often referred to as playful. River otters can be found in and near freshwater rivers and lakes. They range throughout much of the northern US and Canada as well as the southeast US.
30" L x 11" W x 12"H
north American River Otter
Jelly fish Sea Scape
This jellyfish takes a casual solitary swim just above the ocean floor.
Species: Wild Boar, Black Racer Snake, Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake, Garfish, Bullhead Catfish, Raccoon
The Squirrel Dragon is an active little creature. Living at the highest level of the woodline, it swoops down to gather fallen nuts, then flies back up to store them in the tops of the trees. Despite being part squirrel, it's no climber.
Species: Squirrel, Rat, Bullhead Catfish, Gar fish, Porcupine, Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake
Placing 3rd in the North Port Art Center's showing of "Garden Squares", Bone Blossoms is a gentle take on natural flowers coming into their own beauty.
Species: Gar fish, Bullhead Catfish, Raccoon, Rat, Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake, Black Racer Snake, Armadillo, Porcupine
10" x 10" Wood Cradle
"Big Head" is a creature that looks more fierce than it really is. When threatened, their main form of defense is to simply make themselves look bigger. Large spinal plates fan out from their backs, and rub together to make an irritating buzzing noise.
Species: Gar fish, Bullhead Catfish, Squirrel, Armadillo
With jaws one quarter the length of its entire body, the Ancient Croc was a ferocious hunter. It was an ambush predator,taking prey at the water's edge. Males battled for territory and mating rights by trading devastating blows back and forth with their spiked club tails.
Species: Squirrel, Raccoon, Armadillo, Gar fish, Puffer fish spines, Bull Shark teeth
14 " L x 6" W x 6 1/2" H
Among the soft tendrils of the animals on the reef, this sea dragon gracefully drifts by, with very little effort.
Species: Whitetail Deer, Goat, Raccoon, Rat, Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake, Bullhead Catfish, Gar fish, Mangrove Snapper
5" L x 6" W x 20" H
the 19th hole
After 18 holes of golf, there is still the 19th hole to shoot for.
24" L x 14" W x 5"H
Once prized for their extremely tough shell, dragon eggs have been known to be harvested by many ancient cultures for use in armor and protective clothing.