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This is a life-cast of an American crow skull, plated in 14k gold, and strung on an awesome chain. It's a 24" 1980's-style gold-plated thick twisted rope chain. The chain passes through naturally occurring holes in the base of the skull. This piece is big and heavy.

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

This piece was worn by award winning musician Tim William at a red carpet event here in NYC. He's really tall.

I like taking images of pieces I see people wearing around the city and twisting it. Every third kid on the Ave is wearing some huge rhinestone spoof of the over sized real gold pieces from the 80's (think: New Jack City). They gawk when I rock one of these big bird skulls. They really really want to ask if it solid gold.

All my piece come carefully gift boxed.

Look folks I have the largest variety of original design bird skull esp crow skull jewelry on Etsy. Please click the link to see them all: http://www.etsy.com/search_results_shop.php?search_query=crow%20skull&search_type=user_shop_ttt_id_5503280&order=&page=2

I included the picture of the crow skull with eyes on the lovely lady for a scale reference. I can cast you this one as well.

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

Make sure to checkout the rest of my shop! I have hundreds of original pieces, and regularly post new designs!


ALL of my pieces are designed and made here in NYC and are shipped in a complimentary gift-box. Let me know if you are sending your order directly to someone as a gift and if you want a personal note included in the package.

It will take between 3 and 5 business-days for your order to process. I will message you a shipment confirmation number when your order is on it's way.
I ship using USPS First Class Mail with Delivery Confirmation which doubles as a tracking number you can plug-in at www.usps.com for domestic packages. There’s no tracking for international orders unless you upgrade to Express International.

Replacemment chain Gold-Plated Crow Skull Necklace life sized (24" retro rope chain) Made in NYC


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: metal, gold
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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