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Her name is Harriet.

The Skull itself comes from an old plot of land that my eldest sister inherited, that was once a cow farm. She and her fiancé sent me down three skulls they had found to work with. They sat around my barn for a considerable amount of time, until I finally set it down on my workbench and let my ideas flow.

The main inspiration for the piece came from Navajo geometrical art- even lines and shapes. I did not pull directly, but scanned a few images and used a combination of ruler and compass to make my own unique pattern.

There is a leather chord strung to the backside so it can be hung on a wall to complement any space- she's an object of interest, she is.

Southwest Style Painted Cow Skull Navajo cowboy, wall hanging, altar piece

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Material: Cow skull
  • Feedback: 25 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.
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