Southwest & Western Painted Steer Skulls

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Southwest & Western Painted Steer Skulls
Southwest & Western Painted Steer Skulls

These steer skulls are iconic symbols of the old west and desert southwest. Native Americans, cowboys, wagon trains and cattle drives on the trail come to mind when you see them.

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Add a painted steer skull to your collection today and bring the spirit of the old west into your home of cabin. Perfect for southwest style as well as western ranch style and country and western themes.

Both interesting and beautiful, hand painted cow steer skulls add that rich feel of American heritage. Perfect as accents for all kinds of rustic decor, they are perfect for rustic western and southwestern wall decor.

Genuine steer skulls as wall hangings with hand painted artwork, turquoise overlay or real leather coverings are each individual works of art and unique one-of-a-kind pieces.

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