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Big Sky Carvers Whitetail Bookends

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Big Sky Carvers Whitetail Bookends makes the perfect addition to your bookshelf. Complement your sculpture collection with these beautiful bookends; meticulously handcrafted by Big Sky Carvers artists based on founder Marc Pierce's own life experiences. Each piece comes with a copy of the story written by Marc, from which it was inspired:

Big whitetails amaze me. You can hunt and even live in the same area for years and never see an old mossy horn that has been there all along. There is also nothing more handsome in all of North American than a big, thick-horned whitetail buck. If it wasn't for the rut, when common sense seems to leave male deer, we'd hardly ever see the big ones. But during that brief, crazy period, even the oldest, smartest buck in the county thinks and acts like a teenage boy at the senior prom. I have taken the biggest bucks of my life during the rut, and understanding the seasons within the rut, and how it affects a deer's behavior, is the key to putting a trophy above the fireplace. These three monsters are not yet in the rut, but they're storing up their energy for it, hiding out in a reclusive bachelor's club and feeding under cover of night. They've been flushed by something, probably a farmer checking a fence or a water source. He'll tell the guys at the coffee-shop about what he saw and hours will be spent in tree-stands hoping for a crack at them.


  • Hand-cast MT bronzes
  • 14.5L x 6W x 7H

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"Was not expecting to purchase this item from mpw, but the cost and shipping and availability made it the best deal of all of the sites I visited." March 2015