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“This is a deer antler and works as a base for a keychain. It was given to me by a friend from Serbia, who is based in Belgrade. Her father, a hunter in Bor, a Vlach city in eastern Serbia known for its antifascist struggle, used to make them. He would make them when he would go back home from the war in 1990. He would go home and wouldn’t talk to anyone and he would only eat soup and he would make these bronze castings using deer antlers.”

She gave it to me because we used to hang out a lot and because I also used to work with bronze. I’ve created a lot of things. I have it as a good luck charm on my motorcycle. It’s as if I have a deer to protect me, so that I don’t crash. I’m thinking that he must have killed a lot of people.”

– Thodoris


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Place / Country of creation:
Serbia (Bor)
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Type / Description of object:
Bronze deer antler
Object route:
Serbia (Bor – Belgrade) – Greece (Athens)
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