^Tibetan Skull; aged 300 years
Skulls like this were carved to take a curse off of a family, or to guide a mislead soul on the right path.
The symbols refer to Tibetan Buddhism
  There is no easy well to tell if they were made in Tibet or China. It is also not easy to know when they were made. Some symbols are inlaid in the skull with metal after which is buffed, and polished. some are carved into the bone, and the mandible are secured onto the upper part of the skull

^Tibetan Skull; aged 300 years

  • Skulls like this were carved to take a curse off of a family, or to guide a mislead soul on the right path.
  • The symbols refer to Tibetan Buddhism

  There is no easy well to tell if they were made in Tibet or China. It is also not easy to know when they were made. Some symbols are inlaid in the skull with metal after which is buffed, and polished. some are carved into the bone, and the mandible are secured onto the upper part of the skull