This rustic display case was custom crafted to meet the exact desires of our client. We used 4″ thick “skip peeled” lodge pole pine logs from the beetle kill timbers of Colorado. The entire turkey is cased in with glass, preventing your trophy from collecting dust or getting damaged. Purchase one today and make your struttin’ Tom the centerpiece of your showroom.
Add a touch of class to your mount with any of our table top pedestals. This item was crafted from knotty pine and features a rustic golden oak stain. This item measures 25″ across and is 3 & 1/2″ deep. If you want to go a bit more rustic, how about using some of our reclaimed barn wood? Pricing may vary depending on your dimensions.
These pedestals would look awesome in any show room! Display you trophy buck or mule deer with pride and remember your hunt forever. These pedestals are customizable and can be made to any dimension. Keep in mind no two barn wood pieces will be the same! These pieces are lacquered but of course we can keep the natural look of the wood if you like!
This pedestal is customizable with different log and dimension options. It comes with 3 coats of high grade lacquer unless otherwise specified. Dimensions are 18X18X30. Pedestal below features hand selected ‘beetle kill’ logs from Colorado. The character and rustic patina of the logs make for a great choice!
This Ponderosa Pine log panel will put to shame all those “standard” wall mount panels. It can be made made to any dimensions you like. Large enough for your trophy buck (22″x29″) or small enough for your for your pheasant, duck or trophy bass (12″x24″). Comes finished with three coats of high grade lacquer and ready to mount to you wall! Barn wood options coming soon!
This box was built for a life size dear. It is be perfect for any life size mount and will be an awesome addition to your game room. The inside is recessed 6″ to easily create your own habitat scene. Wheels are included. Dimensions can be changed to fit your needs. Three coats of high grade lacquer is included.
Below is a photo from the 2010 Annual Missouri Taxidermy Competition