Mammoth Tusks, Rare Matched Pair - 56"
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This phenomenal matched pair of curvy mammoth tusks is in impeccable condition - an unbelievable discovery from Southwest Siberia! True matched pairs (tusks from the same individual) are rarely found. Given their rarity and beauty (colour, curvature) these tusks are extremely desirable.
This gorgeous pair is ready to be displayed in your home, office or museum. Hand crafted oak stands showcase their beautiful shape and curvature.
The tusks comes from a woolly mammoth that trekked through the frozen tundra more than 20,000 years ago during the Late Pleistocene.
The natural coloration is a stunning mixture of golden and earthy brown, with creamy white and black.
Importantly, this Ice Age treasure has not been painted over or had large areas filled like many tusks on the market.
Species: Mammuthus primigenius (Woolly mammoth)
Location: Southwestern Siberia, in Russia.
Age: Late Pleistocene
Weight of each tusk: 18.5 and 19 lbs; length along outer curve: 56" and 56"; diameter: 3.5" and 3.5"
Display measurements on stands:
1. 35.5" x 20" x 10"
2. 34" x 19" x 9.5"
Currently we have two options already crafted (a dark stained oak and light oak, pictured). We can customize the style and colour of the stands. Please view our other mammoth tusk to see alternatives. We can also craft stands from exotic woods (like Black Walnut) at an additional fee.
Please contact us for a shipping quote. We ship worldwide with DHL Express Air.
Our mammoth tusks have been professionally stabilized; however, these specimens must be kept in an indoor environment with stable humidity and temperature. Ideal conditions are 50% to 60% humidity and 68 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit.
Fossil mammoth ivory can be distinguished from present-day elephant ivory by the angle of crosshatching (Schreger lines) and can be traded internationally.
NOTE: due to present restrictions we cannot ship to California, New York, New Jersey, Hawaii, Nevada, Illinois or New Hampshire
Model of woolly mammoth at Royal BC Museum. Source: Wikipedia