$80.00 - Sold Out
-Size: 2&6/8" circumference
-Notes: The lip plate was used as a feminine promotion of self-esteem and beautification. As the individual grew older, larger lip plates were gradually inserted. Acrylic stand not included.
-Location: Omo River valley, Ethiopia
-Culture: Shuar Indian -Notes: A fantastic example of a real shrunken head. This was originally given as a gift to the United States ambassador of Ecuador in the 1920's. It stayed within the family until it was sold to a private collector. -Location: Ecuador
-Skull Size: 5"W x 4&1/2"H -Dome Size: 3&1/2"L x 2&3/4"W x 2&7/8"H -Species: Macaca fascicularis (Crab-eating Macaque) -Notes: A fantastic specimen of an antique, hand-carved monkey skull from the Dayak tribe of Indonesia. Dayak carved skulls of this time also included orangutans, as well as human victims of head-hunting. -Location: Indonesia...
-Skull Size: 4"L x 2&1/2"H -Skull on Stand Size: 4"L x 2&1/2"W x 4"H -Species: Paradoxurus hermaphroditus -Notes: A fantastic specimen of a modern, hand-carved civet skull from Indonesia. This beautiful art form has been passed down for generations, and has only become more intricate through the passage of time....