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This is a real full-sized and solid life-cast of an American crow skull. Cast in white-metal and plated in Antique Bronze.

The skull is strung on a Gun-Metal-Black 24" chain that compliments the piece beautifully.

Specs : 3.11 inches long (79.2mm) and 1.18 inches wide (30mm)

I've also made this piece in jet black gun metal, antique silver, solid sterling silver, 18k gold plate, and oxidized flat black.

This piece has been pulled by a number of fashion stylist as late. Most notably Blacksnow styled their latest show with lots of my bird pieces.

BlackSnow
www.blacksnowconversions.com

Photo of woman:
Brion Topolski Photography
www.brionphoto.com

Photo of man :
Hannah Thiem Photography
http://www.hannahthiemphoto.com

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More about the raven and crow family:
The Celts believed that Crow was an omen of death and conflict. She was associated with death transitions. Another belief was that the birds were faeries who shape-shifted to cause troubles. Magickal qualities included bringing knowledge, shape-shifting, eloquence, prophecy, boldness, skill, knowledge, cunning, trickery and thievery.

In the Middle Ages, people believed that sorcerers and witches used the symbol of Crow’s foot to cast death spells.

In most of England, seeing a solitary crow meant anger, but in Northamptonshire, it meant ill fortune. Crow, cawing in a hoarse voice, meant bad weather. A death omen was a crow cawing thrice as it flew over a house. The Irish believed that Crow flocking in trees, but not nesting were souls from Purgatory. Finding a dead crow was a sign of good fortune. Russians believed that witches took the shape of Crow.

Thanks for looking and please favorite me or you may not find me again!

This piece is under copyright as are the photos and intellectual property herein.

- Crow Corvid Corvidae

Bronze-Plated Crow Skull Necklace (24" shiny-black chain) Made in NYC


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: metal, necklace, white metal, bronze, bronze plated, 24 inches
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 6930 reviews
  • Favorited by: 179 people