Every Spring in almost every forest in the United States, a wonder of nature occurs. Male deer begin to sprout bizarre, twisting structures out of their head. You probably know these magical formations as antlers.
These twisting structures are not made of dead cells either, like with hair or a ram's horn. This structure is made from living cells. The marvelous branches continue to grow and become an impressive way of attracting a mate and keeping away other potential suiters. To help with this, they come in a range of shapes, sizes, and colors.
After the mating season, the velvet that covers the antlers begins to harden and peel away. Eventually, the Antlers fall off. Deer naturally shed their antlers after mating season and then re-grow them the following year. They fall off between December and April, depending on weather and hormones. If you are lucky, you may just stumble upon an impressive antler out in the forest during these months.
Once deer no longer have any use for their antlers, we can use the material to make an antler ring. A material once used to attract a mate and warn others of their prowess, holds a special energy. Perfect wedding rings for men who feel close to nature and want a piece of jewelry that is powerful as well as beautiful and unique.
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