The roe deer, also known as a roebuck, is native to the UK and smaller than our average American whitetail. Roe deer typically have no more than three antler points- this one has three points on each antler, meaning it was fully grown.
This skull was salvaged from a group of antique skulls and antlers imported from the UK.
It has been covered in "cottagecore" inspired designs, embracing the charm of the English countryside (hence its name) and farm life — no matter where in the world you may live.
It measures about 14 inches long from the tip of its nose to the tips of its antlers. It is covered in multiple layers of protective clear coat but is not suitable for outdoor display.
The back of the skull has been cut at a slanted angle, and was most likely formerly displayed on a mounted plaque. It can hang from a screw in the wall, or propped up on a shelf. (Photos illustrate how it can be propped up with a crystal or other small object for display.)