Beauchene Bear Skull
A Beauchene Skull, also known as an exploded skull, is a disarticulated skull that has been painstakingly reassembled on a stand with jointed,
movable supports that allows for the moving and studying of the skull as a whole or each piece individually. In the mid-1800s French anatomist
Claude Beauchene developed this method to display the anatomy of the head. Beauchene would meticulously clean a skull, separate its bones,
and mount them on a stand designed to exhibit them at once individually and in context. This is a highly decorative and detailed example of a real Bear.
It's mounted in the Victorian style with with a beautiful turned wood base and brass fittings.
This item is an anatomical display and teaching aid for educational purposes only.