Rick Wildermuth

My wife, Carol, is donating this beautiful necklace made by Ed Wentzler around 1998. Carol would like to write a description of the necklace but we no longer remember what type of seeds and which part of the deer the bones are from. 

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Rick Wildermuth
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Tim Denial
How cool!! I remember Ed also.
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Rick Wildermuth
Ed Wentzler was owner of The Lost Arts Company in Pennsylvania, up in the hills. Long-time member and advocate with the UBP.
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Terry Receveur
That's a cool looking necklace.
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Gene Wensel
The black parts look like the dew claws from young deer.
  gw
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Rick Wildermuth
 Believe the first photo is a section of skull and the seeds are peach seeds for planting, not the pit. 
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