The 2013 SEPR Prize Horn I donated this horn as a prize at the 2013 Southeastern Primitive Rendezvous. On the outside curve I had a longhunter on the right, a Cherokee on the left and in between a representation of the cabin which greeted folks arriving at the site. He’s reloading He doesn’t look happy to see the longhunter. I like to put very fine detail into my images. This is an example of one that’s fairly obvious: a cross on the bag hanging at the longhunter’s waist. There are lots of others on this particular piece Close-up of the engrailing and a faceted spout, a ribbon with cascading ivy awaits the winner’s name Turned cherry butt plug and an engraved border at the base Uhma Ruth Pye won the horn and she was so happy when I gave it back to her with her name engraved on the inside curve.