These are reproduction shrunken heads made by the Jivaro Indians in Ecuador. They are made using goat skin and hair or llama hide and hair instead of real human heads. Goat has stiffer hair and thinner skin, and llama have softer hair and thicker skin.
We sell assorted styles in each size, but each head is unique.
Antique real shrunken heads usually sell for US$50,000 to US$60,000. See www.head-hunter.com/tsantsa.html for more information about shrunken heads.
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||Jivaro Shrunken Head:X-Small
||Jivaro Shrunken Head:Small out of stock indefinitely
||Jivaro Shrunken Head:Medium out of stock indefinitely
||Jivaro Shrunken Head:Large out of stock indefinitely
||Jivaro Shrunken Head:Extra-Large out of stock indefinitely
Genus and species: Goat: Capra hircus. Ranch; Llama: Lama glama. Ranch.
There are no export or import controls on goat products in the United States.
Llama is subject to USFWS import regulations when shipped to the United States.
No exports to France or Italy due to local import restrictions.
Indigenous Made Product of Ecuador