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WORK IN PROGRESS 'AZTEC SKULL'

Aztec Skull
Aztec Skull
Aztec Skull
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The Aztec Skull will be the next edition to our Skulture range, due for retail sometime toward the end of May 2007. . The motifs are taken from Central American iconography and the cranial images illustrate the story of Coyolxauhqui (She with bells on her cheeks) Moon Goddess, daughter of Coatlicue and the ruler of the Centzon Huitznahuas , the star gods. A sad tale as she is slain and dismembered by her new born son with her head being thrown into the sky to become the moon. The facial decoration represents what is believed to be the image of the God Tezcatlipoca another of the Aztec Creator Gods. He was also the god of rulers, warriors and sorcerers. His name, which is Nahuatl for "Smoking Mirror", alluded to his connection to obsidian, the material from which mirrors where made in Mesoamerica and which was used for shamanistic rituals. The turquoise tiling is very significant in Aztec culture and appeared on most sacred artworks, it is said to have had a very high spiritual value and was used to represent the nature of sky. The Skull has been re-created authentically from the actual skull and mask of Tezcatlipoca and displays the 'filled in eye sockets' which originally were two discs of iron pyrites set in rings made of shell.

NOW AVAILABLE OBSIDIAN FINISH LIMITED EDITON 50 AVAILABLE £49.99


WORK IN PROGRESS 'WALL MOUNTED BANSHEE'

BANSHEE
 
BANSHEE

Another addition to our Skulture range, this wall plaque is approximately 45cm x 30cm and depicts a female skull forming within and stretching out of the wall. The Banshee is a Celtic spirit who inhabits the home and appears and wails when death is imminent in the house. You can see the original model here cast in what we call our 'slate finish' above and a pewter finish we intend to produce this piece in a number of different finishes from bronze, stone and possibly a crystal clear version.
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CRYSTAL BALLS AND STANDS

 

For those of you who appreciate the old ways in today's contemporary technologically overrun world! Who can scary or see without their glass, mirror or ball. A delicate ball stand in polished bronze decorated with Celtic knot work Look out for the stand in various themes including zodiac and Wiccan. Also to come soon, Black (Obsidian) Scrying mirrors in beautifully decorated frames.

Give us your thoughts on sizes, themes and iconography, we want to give you what your looking for! If you cant find it anywhere else we may want to make it for you here!


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