These have been produced to appear as severed sailors, pirates, army general's, and criminal hands.
Made from high quality latex rubber and hand-painted to appear aged and tattooed. Comes in a glass jar.
An example story for one of these pieces follows...
'In 1868, forme... [more]
This display is made from high quality plastic moulded reproductions of actual human skeletons.
This specimen is heavy! [more]
Behold, a truly bizarre deformity, a skull with prenatal temporal lobe hyperplasia.
Not unlike someone suffering from hydrocephalacy, this condition begins during infancy when the skull is still soft. In this case, expansion takes place in the temporal lobe, resulting in an e... [more]
This specimen is a rendition of the classic folktale known as the hand of glory.
On a full moon a witch would remove the hand of a hanged felon at the crossroads. It would be marinated in the burial shroud and herbs, then allowed to sun dry until fully mummified. Then a can... [more]
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Perfect for the traveling showman or stationary museum, fiendish can put together a themed display with the products we carry, and pass the saving on to you!
The pictured display is a headhunter/island motif. With headh... [more]
Headhunting natives of Papua New Guniea have made the habit of collecting trophy specimens from fallen warriors in the course of their battles.
From skull racks to fingers, this style of trophy collecting has been well documented by anthropologists the world over.
For you d... [more]
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