This figurine is many decades old but is absolutely perfect!
It was purchased at G.C. Murphy "five and dime" (though for nowhere near that amount!). I don't recall the year, just that it was when I started building a collection of glass miniatures when I was in my late teens in the late Sixties. Somehow, it's survived the decades on various shelves in our home, recently migrating from a precarious perch in the dining room back to a shelf in the living room next to some glass unicorns that also are listed.
Though I tried many photographs, none capture the lovely amber hue and variations of color. If you know amber glass from that time period, you'll know the beautiful glow of that color. The figurine tends to photograph darker than it is no matter what the setting is~from laptop to decorative tin. I did try very hard. If necessary, I can try yet again.
I have no idea where it was made or if the creator is a "name" person. There were no tags, and it isn't marked in any way that I can see. It's so perfect and delicate that I'm amazed that the horns are intact. The category didn't include "elk", and it's definitely not a moose, is it?
It's simply an amazing little piece that I hate to give up. However, age and illness make me realize that I must find another home for it. I hope there's someone out there who will see its value.
NOTE: The codes Webstore asks for are nowhere on the item.