A real antique zebra face, sourced as scrap material from rugmaking. It has both eye holes, a tuft of hair (the forelock) and one ear is present.
The zebra represents community, freedom, balance, and individualism. They live in eastern and southern Africa. Zebras are unable to be domesticated due to their unpredictability and tendency to attack.
This piece is set in an antique oval frame measuring 17 x 13 inches. It is made of a lightweight material, either resin or plastic, on a black background.