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    I found these ox horns on eBay. Anyone know what kind they are?
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    I have a few concerns about that one.

    A quick look through the google machine does not show anything that looks like that. It "says" that it is antique, so it could be from an older and bigger ox from way back when.

    The auction says that it is a "statue". So, it could be from a larger piece. However, if it is a statue, why just carve a cone?

    From china... I'm not too reticent about buying most things from china. Especially more recently, as they have greatly increased quality in ***some*** products. However, things that are dyed or natural products make me skittish. The laws are more relaxed, if they are even followed, concerning ingredients used for most things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dinnermint View Post
    I have a few concerns about that one.

    A quick look through the google machine does not show anything that looks like that. It "says" that it is antique, so it could be from an older and bigger ox from way back when.

    The auction says that it is a "statue". So, it could be from a larger piece. However, if it is a statue, why just carve a cone?

    From china... I'm not too reticent about buying most things from china. Especially more recently, as they have greatly increased quality in ***some*** products. However, things that are dyed or natural products make me skittish. The laws are more relaxed, if they are even followed, concerning ingredients used for most things.
    Something definitely seemed shady to me. I typed "musk ox horn" into the search bar and found a bunch of them. There definitely not musk ox and I feel there probably not allowed on eBay.

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