Old Treasure Map on Skull Statue, Pirates & Skulls Statues, Craniumography – Old Treasure Map on Skull Statue

Old Treasure Map on Skull Statue, Pirates & Skulls Statues, Craniumography - Old Treasure Map on Skull Statue

Craniumography – Old Treasure Map on Skull Statue

This Old Treasure Map on Skull Statue was made of cold cast bronze, a process of mixing bronze powder with resin, giving the piece a lustrous metallic bronze finish. Depicts a secret pirate treasure map and navigation symbols carved into an old skull, giving it the look of an ancient relic, using the Craniography technique, the study of the skull using photographs and drawings made from measurements of the configuration of the skull and the relations of its angles and craniometric points. Pirates are known to be sly, especially when it comes to treasure. Who would think to carve a map leading the way to buried treasures? A pirate, of course! Sure to keep you on course on your next treasure seeking adventure, this skull bears a secret map and shows where treasure might be hidden, though it may already have been raided.

A Treasure Map is a map that marks the location of buried treasure, a lost mine, a valuable secret or a hidden locale. More common in fiction than in reality, “pirate treasure maps” are often depicted in works of fiction as hand drawn and containing arcane clues for the characters to follow. Regardless of the term’s literary use, anything that meets the broad definition of a “map” that describes the location of a “treasure” could appropriately be called a “treasure map“. Over the years many people have claimed to have discovered maps and other clues that led to pirate treasure, or claim that historical maps are actually treasure maps. Craniumography – Old Treasure Map on Skull Statue sizes: 6 inches / 15 cm x 4.25 inches / 10.5 cm x 4.5 inches / 11.5 cm.


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