The skull is used to symbolise life after death, transformation or change or to invoke fear or caution. Known as a symbol of nonconformity, free-thinking, rebelliousness, toughness, courage, bravery in the face of death and danger. Use skulls to represent the seat of power and the house of the soul as known in Celtic culture. Also used to celebrate the memory of the dead and as a good luck charm (ancient and primitive cultures believed used them to ward off evil or illness and wore them to insure protection and well-being) and to signify appeal and fashion.
Size - 24 X 16 mm / 0.94 X 0.63 inches
Weight - 11 g / 0.39 Oz
Hole - 6 mm / 0.24 inches