Mounting the heads of bucks you've killed can be risky: your more sensitive house guests might get offended, and eventually, someone's going to notice that Mike Alstott has disappeared. Or not. Furnish your home with less murderously acquired deer parts, with Antler Stuff.
From a Ghanaian furniture maker who originally carved Sahara cow horns before sacking up and moving to Grand Junction to carve up some real animals, Antler Stuff's a collection of (mostly) functional "Wild West art" cut from the found, naturally shed antlers of Colorado's moose, elk, whitetail, and "mule deer", as opposed to "dear mule", which is how Pablo Escobar began most of his correspondence. The collection's highlighted by "simple, contemporary and not overdone" ante-liers with hidden wires running through the bone, including a 4ft moose-horn fixture with eight bulbs and two bird heads carved in the center, a smaller, six-bulb, mule light-giver, and a 10-light design made from the antlers of a "square elk", who probably never, ever got invited to the lodge. If your house already has a chandelier or you're poor, he's got straight sculpture like the "North American Wildlife Scene" (with deer, birds, and moose painstakingly carved into an actual moose antler), multiple table lamps from the "sunbleached" head-adornments of various animals, a selection of elk drawer pulls to replace your crib's brass knobbery, and "long lasting antler dog chews", aka "antler pieces he didn't need".
For somewhere to sit whilst admiring your new pieces, he also makes more traditional furniture from cottonwood grown around the Colorado River, which given how uppity everyone is about killing bucks these days, is probably a better place to dump your slaughtered heads, not to mention backs. By the way, has anyone seen Joe Jurevicius lately?