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Normally when you find hunter's Jewelry it's with ivory from dear and lots of it.

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I have known about the St Hubertus ring for some time but to find one in it's original box wow not easy for some reason lol. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do! Best!

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That's quite a background for the ring and box. Got a close-up of the ring?

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Hey Joe,

Glad you like the background..
I swear I tried taking a closeup a hundred times and it would not focus. I have taken closeups before with it..benten is the king of closeups maybe he can give me some pointers
but I think I need a new camera! I will try. Thanks.

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My camera has a macro setting. I have to look up the brochure on line every time there is a lag between taking photos, as I forget how to set it. smile

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- Thats a great piece Mikee !!

The advert is for the usual Hunters ring.. Elks have this weird back tooth or something and thats what is usually on the rings..

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Thanks G,

I got lucky finding one with it's original box. Yes that's correct Elk and Red Deer, but they are actually located in the front part of their upper jaw. Best!


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