Cow bull skull wall decor
Add a masculine touch to your modern bohemian living or country decor with this bull skull. Hang it on the wall or display on your coffee table. This mounted cow or bull skull wall hanging will look spectacular above a bed or in a collection of oddities on the wall. Add a masculine element to balance your decor.
Throughout history, skulls have been an iconic symbol in decor, used to honour the dead, promote eternal wisdom, warn against corruption and temptation, indicate rebellion. Native Americans believed that nothing should go to waste. So when they hunted for food, every part of the animal was used in something meaningful; may it be for food, shelter, clothing, or sacred relics. The cow and bull skull was hung on their walls and brought to sacred ceremonies to pay homage to what was. Lightweight resin, hand painted.
This Cow bull skull wall decor is from Australian gift, decor and crystal shop, Long Island Trader. If you have any questions about this product, please contact us.
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