I present a copy of totenkopfring of 1936 year, I’ll explain a little why I made the eyes on the ’36 skull a little larger than on the original.
The eye holes have cone-shaped cutouts.
I have carefully studied the eye holes on other original skulls from the 30s, they have a cone shape: from the base to the surface, the eye holes widen in diameter.
I left the same small holes at the base as on the original ’36 skull, and then made an extension so that when worn, the skull would look like the original.
So those who want to speed up the aging process can play with this. Also in the gallery you can see how I artificially aged the skull and it began to look like the original one.

P.S. For convenience, I immediately showed a comparison of the original and the copy, the skull on the copy was previously aged.