Morning Glory’s Medicine Skulls

Morning Glory was proud of her Choctaw ancestry, and she became skilled at some Native American arts and crafts. The one that most engaged her was the tradition of Medicine Skulls—animal skulls elaborately decorated and painted to honor the Spirit of that Totem. But Morning Glory took this art form to a whole new level, as she turned the skulls of ordinary animals into Medicine Skulls of mythical and legendary creatures. These are one-of-a-kind items, never to be repeated.


  • Black Unicorn

    To create this black Unicorn, Morning Glory used the skull of a doe she found in the woods, with a Turritella shell f…

    $500.00

    $500.00

  • Golden Stag

    Morning Glory decorated this stag to represent the life of the forest where she found the skull. Beaded turkey tail f…

    $400.00

    $400.00

  • Green Dragon

    Green Dragon  Made from the skull of a wild boar found in the forest, Morning Glory used shed skin from her Burm…

    $700.00

    $700.00

  • Nightmare

    Made from a horse skull, Morning Glory created this to be part of a traditional “Hobby Horse.” Black ostr…

    $700.00

    $700.00

  • Rainbow Doe

    Morning Glory decorated the skull of a doe she found in the forest where we lived. The eyes are Venetian crystals, bi…

    $300.00

    $300.00

  • Red Dragon

    Morning Glory used the skull of a wild sow, with boar’s teeth for the brow horns, to create this Totem of an Or…

    $600.00

    $600.00

  • White Unicorn

    For this beautiful white Unicorn, Morning Glory used the skull of a doe she found in the woods, with a Turritella she…

    $500.00

    $500.00

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