Frequently Asked Questions
Where do you obtain your carving materials?
All Brazilian soapstone and Italian alabaster products are purchased through Giancarlo Stoneworks in British Columbia. They obtain their products from the highest quality and most beautifully colored stone quarries in South America and Europe.
All fossilized whalebone and walrus jawbone are legally obtained from St. Lawrence Island, Alaska, in compliance with the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972. The materials Aaron carves are hundreds to thousands of years old and have gone through a natural fossilization process which cannot be replicated. The safety and well-being of all marine mammals is of extreme importance to us, and we would never do anything to compromise the health and vitality of these beautiful creatures.
All horns and antlers have been legally harvested by private individuals, in accordance with all local rules and regulations.
Can Aaron create custom artwork for me?
Absolutely! Whatever it is you can imagine, Aaron can bring it to life. He has worked in a variety of different materials (all types of stone, bone, metal, wood, antler, horn, etc.), for hundreds of clients all around the United States and even some internationally. Aaron has carved a huge array of wildlife scenes and can travel to almost any location. Please contact us to get a price quote and timeline for your project.
What is your return policy?
If you are not completely satisfied with the quality of Aaron's artwork, please return the piece within 30 days for a full refund.
When will I receive my order?
Once an order is placed, Aaron will begin working on your piece. Most projects have a lead time of 1-2 weeks. Even if a product is marked "sold out," you can place an order and a similar, yet completely unique piece of art will be shipped to you once finished.
Do you ship internationally?
At this time, we ship throughout the United States and Canada.