This real skull belonged to a geriatric-aged woman. In the front of her skull there is evidence of cancer, as well as a thinning bone wall due to osteoporosis. The skull was obtained as a retired medical specimen from Europe, but no other information was given about the donor in order to protect their privacy.
*Human skulls are perfectly legal to own, buy, and sell in the United States, except in Louisiana. Georgia and Tennessee limit sales to within their own state lines. For that reason, sales cannot be made to LA, GA, or TN.*
This skull has been carefully preserved and transformed into a crystallized amethyst geode, as if it had been forgotten for centuries in a crystalline bog. When the skull is closed it appears perfectly normal, but inside the treasure awaits.
A small bronze hinge has been added to the back, but it should not be relied upon solely to prop open the skull for display.
*Helmet-sized display cases are perfect for displaying and protecting human skulls, and can be found at most craft stores and online.*