Hand drum, made from two human skulls

Made:
1701-1900 in Tibet

Buddhist drum made from human skull, Tibetan, 18th or 19th centuries

Damaru style hand-drum, constructed from the tops of two human skulls, used in Buddhist ceremonies, Tibet, c. 1701-1900

Details

Category:
Asian Medicine
Identifier:
A157352
type:
skull
taxonomy:
credit:
Wellcome Trust

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