We are proud to announce a new component to our wonderful partnership with Pendleton Woolen Mills. We are bringing back the popular Sugar Skulls print first on our Oil Can Ball mark. Originally used as head covers on Pendleton® wool, we now plan to use the print on a myriad of other products including our torched Oil Can ball mark. Once you see this ball mark in the sunlight you'll fall in love with the design and the amazing color changes. Each ball mark has been heat treated by hand between 350 and 730 degrees to create tan, bronze, purple and blue hues on the metal. Each ball mark is uniquely 1 of 1 and must be seen in hand to truly appreciate the variation in colors.
The history of the sugar skulls dates back 3,000 years to the Aztecs and lives on in Mexico as a way to honor departed relatives. The bright colors capture the celebration and honor the dead. Always a favorite of our friends of Seamus, it is an honor to bring these back and share our new product ideas with the world.
Disclaimer: The Oil Can feature is a flame applied finish that is designed to wear over time. Each ball mark is heat treated by hand which makes every Hand Forged® ball mark different. On ball marks that are hand stamped, the steel color will be apparent around the stamping. Please also be aware that we cannot make special requests for color.
Ball Marks measure 1.5 inches in diameter.