Bear Moose Antler


SIZE: 2.02” l (nose to tail) x 0.85” W x 1.36” H (foot to head)


This symbol of feminine power evokes the courage, bravery, and strength to accomplish goals and stimulate the joy of accomplishment.

The majestic male Moose sheds his antlers every year. Moose grows new antlers to replace the old and leaves the old behind which makes harvest of antler completely safe for the animal and absolutely unobtrusive. The antlers are an extension of bone from the Moose’s skull. New antlers are covered with fuzz that is called velvet. The velvet is to help the antlers to grow and disappears as the year goes on. The primary purpose of the antlers is sexual attraction and mating behavior. Moose is a symbol of strength, power, bravery, and courage.  It enhances the joy of accomplishment. It is headstrong and has great longevity. It enhances self-esteem. It is symbolic of wisdom, steadfastness, and confidence. It is imbued with primary female energy. The qualities of the Moose spirit linger in the antlers it sheds on the forest floor.

Each  winter  the  Bull  Moose  sheds  his  antlers (which  can  weigh  up to 60  pounds).  Shedding  the  antlers  allows  the  Moose  to  store  more  energy so they can survive and thrive during the harsh winter months. Each spring the Bull Moose grows a new set of antlers bringing the spirit of rebirth and winning life’s challenges to its energy and medicine.

Note: Antlers  have  both  solid  and  porous  areas,  and  vary  in  color.


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