Plain Bull Buffalo Skull w. Horn Covers
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Cleaned and prepared by non-Native American artist Dan Chapman. Tatanka, the Great Buffalo, was the most powerful animal faced by hunters. Standing as a symbol of the Great Spirit's wisdom and generosity to the Plains Indian people, the buffalo provided food, clothing, tools, medicine and shelter.
This un-painted Buffalo skull is important in sacred ceremonies and sometimes represent the White Buffalo Calf Woman who brought the first sacred pipe to the Plains Indians and taught them the sacred rites that would let them survive.
This skull has been commercially cleaned and painted with a plain white-wash finish.
Dimensions are approximate. As with all things by Mother Nature, Buffalo and Buffalo skulls come in a variety of sizes.
The skulls in our gallery are all real and have been reinforced in delicate places, specially treated to preserve them, and ready to hang.