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19th Century Burmese Tattoo Human Kapala skull cap 12


Actual human skull cap from the mid-19th century.  This skull cap was used by a tattoo artist to crush herbs in, which were then blown onto the completed tattoo, to speed up the healing process.  The skull cap is painted to create a unique 1-off piece.

This is an incredibly rare piece that was acquired from a Thai museum, and will most likely never be seen again.  Act fast to get your hands on one of the most rare human remain pieces you've ever seen.

 (Please note:  As we have no provenance showing this is an actual tribal piece, we are offering this piece for sale as an art piece only.)

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