Ahh, tequila. I do have a soft spot for the alcohol that makes my lovely Margaritas. And vodka. Though I'm not as fond of it as I am of tequila, there are many wonderful drinks that can be made with vodka, not to mention several wonderful recipes that incorporate the distilled beverage composed primarily of water and ethanol. But yes, if I had to chose between the two, tequila would top the list. But lets not let rum feel left out of this party. There is nothing like a good Mai Tai when one is sitting on a beach somewhere tropical. Or a good rum and coke every now and then. Or a good rum cake.
These days, alcohol just doesn't come in a basic bottle anymore. "Specialty" alcohol comes in all shapes and sizes of vessels. And alcohol bottled in skulls? Been there, drunk that. And then the very nice skull bottles sit around all lonely. No more alcohol inside. So what does one do with these lovely lonely skull works of art when they are empty (besides stick the obligatory candle in the twist top)? One makes sconces out of them. Or even Tiki Torches.
There are several stores on etsy that will send you the bottle and hardware to make your own tiki torches. JadaNJace will send you the bottle, mounting kit, wick, and brass screws (you'll need to provide your own tiki torch oil) for $29.99 plus shipping. Though the bottle shown (KAH-Extra Anejo Skull Tequila) is sold, they do have some other interesting tiki kits with different type alcohol bottles. These skulls make great decorations during Halloween, but would also work over a bar area any time of the year. You can find these here.
If you are looking for something a bit less tiki bar, Moonshine Lamp Co. makes wall sconces below out of Crystal Head Vodka bottles. Made from a recycled 750 ML bottle, this handmade sconce takes a candelabra sized bulb, up to 40 watts and sells for $235. The seller even suggests adding colored bulbs when the holidays come around. You can find them here.