Tasmanian Wolf Skull
If you're fascinated with skulls as I am, you might love the Tasmanian Wolf skull because it's a little different from the usual human and dog or cat skulls. People who see it on my wall love trying to guess what animal it is. I love it for its fierce teeth and deep eye sockets.
The original illustration can be found in "The Vertebrate Skeleton," published in 1897.
Singe-strand embroidery on cream cotton in a 5-inch hand-painted, wooden hoop.
**PLEASE NOTE** This is a Made to Order embroidery, so small variations may occur (because: handmade) and (art). I'll need up to two weeks to stitch this for you; as soon as I receive the order, I'll contact you with an anticipated shipping date. Thank you for understanding that handmade art is a slow process with huge rewards.**