Taking a pack train of horses into the mountains for a hunting expedition should be on everyone’s bucket list. This extraordinary adventure is experienced every year in North America to access the highest and most remote areas. The return trip hopefully includes pack animals loaded with the trophies of the successful hunters. Here, the sculpture captures the pack train pausing and crossing a creek where they can drink and refresh themselves. This sculpture, which is over six feet long, can be customized to represent your memories. We can include your choice of trophies on the four pack animals and even customize them to look like particular animals if desired. With the guide leading the string, we can even customize the back rider to look like you! This sculpture tells the story of how and why you hunt. It commands a presence and views beautifully from all sides making it easy to place in the centre of a trophy room or lobby. “Down from the High Country” is mounted on a 2″ Black Walnut base and is approximately 72 inches long. $35000.00 USD includes crating and shipping in North America. Edition of 25.
The Giant Eland is the largest antelope in the world with bulls standing over 6 feet at the shoulder and weighing over a ton. This large bronze is over 30 inches tall and 30 inches long. It’s distinctive vertical body stripes have been precisely inlaid with .999 silver and its tawny coat has been captured with a uniquely contemporary patina. The majesty of this singular species is portrayed by a mighty bull in full winter pelage and represents the ultimate spiral horned trophy. No small figurine could ever capture the power of this animal so at one quarter scale this is a large and impressive bronze sculpture. “Lord Derby’s Giant Eland” is an edition of only 25 and will command a place of honour in your trophy room. $15,000. USD includes crating and shipping in North America.
In 2013 Jim Lines hunted a Stone ram in Northern British Columbia and harvested a tremendous ram which scored over 184 Boone and Crockett points. This score was achieved through the massive 16 inch horn bases. This was close to the same region where the world record Chadwick Ram was taken in 1936. Clearly this range has great growing conditions and the sheep herd has some fine genetic lines. This sculpture is available in traditional brown ferric finish or enhanced coloured realistic patinae. “Fine Lines” measures 14 inches tall and 17 inches long and is mounted on a 2 inch walnut base. It is an edition of 48. $3750. includes shipping in North America. This edition is SOLD OUT.