Red Deer Antlers
Antlers from the Scottish Red Deer, the largest deer species in the UK, are a natural by-product of the stag and are typically shed at the end of each winter. The shape and sizes of the antlers change year to year depending on the diet, age and genes of the stag, which means each piece is one of a kind. We get our sustainably sourced antlers from sporting estates across Scotland as well as our own seasonal stalking trips on Mull (the main purpose of which is to supply our butchery with venison).
Antlers often have a rough textured surface and are usually a dark brown colour but can range from light brown through to creamy white. No two pieces will ever be the same and the size, shape and colour you receive will vary from those pictured.
Available in large or small heads or as singles.