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More fetal kitten ossuary jewelry coming soon!!
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As always, the specimens used are cruelty free and obtained after natural deaths.  No animals are ever harmed to create my pieces. 

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More fetal kitten ossuary jewelry coming soon!!
www.DarlingDeadAdornment.com

As always, the specimens used are cruelty free and obtained after natural deaths. No animals are ever harmed to create my pieces.

#taxidermyjewelry #oddities #specimenjewelry #fetalkitten #skeleton #mummified #naturalhistory #gothic #prettydeadthings #TheDarlingDead #StrangeInSugarhouse #DarlingDeadAdornment

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deformutilated:

Lampreys (sometimes also called lamprey eels) are an order of jawless fish, the adult of which is characterized by a toothed, funnel-like sucking mouthCurrently there are about 38 known species of lampreys. Although they are well known for boring into the flesh of other fish to suck their blood, in fact only a minority do so; only 18 species of lampreys are actually parasitic

deformutilated:

Lampreys (sometimes also called lamprey eels) are an order of jawless fish, the adult of which is characterized by a toothed, funnel-like sucking mouthCurrently there are about 38 known species of lampreys. Although they are well known for boring into the flesh of other fish to suck their blood, in fact only a minority do so; only 18 species of lampreys are actually parasitic

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shadyufo:

Rottweiler Underbite

shadyufo:

Rottweiler Underbite

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Still have a few bat jaw amulets available in the shop!
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Still have a few bat jaw amulets available in the shop!
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Anonymous said: Do you ever feel like quality jewelry is too expensive? I'm a college student and barely make enough to pay for my books, I don't know how I'm ever expected to afford a piercing with those prices.

dansteinbacher:

No I don’t feel that it’s too expensive. If anything it’s pretty affordable to have a hand polished piece of jewelry with a lifetime warranty. 

In regards to the entirety of the pricing, you’re also paying for a service. That payment is both feeding a piercer and the business that employs them, to keep food on their table and also profit towards a small business.

You don’t need that piercing, you want that piercing. I want a lot of things, I also work hard to make money to pay for the things I want. If college is your top priority, then do college for now, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. If you want extra money to pay for things, get a second job, maybe tutor an underclassman, sell some things you don’t use anymore.

I mean absolutely no offense saying this. But as a piecer, I care about doing my job right, not what your income situation is. That means properly executing a piercing and using quality jewelry that is properly suited for your body.

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modernmartyr:

richardeffinivey:

A stylized hand of Fatima in a traditional woodcut style.

Hey look! It’s my leg!

I have pretty friends♥♥

modernmartyr:

richardeffinivey:

A stylized hand of Fatima in a traditional woodcut style.

Hey look! It’s my leg!

I have pretty friends♥♥

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strangeinsugarhouse:

My itty bitty teeny tiny wet specimen collection of fetuses. Leopard gecko, chameleon, bearded dragon, and an extremely early development fetal kitten. To give you an idea of how small all of these are, the kitten on the left is roughly the size of a pencil eraser.
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strangeinsugarhouse:

My itty bitty teeny tiny wet specimen collection of fetuses.
Leopard gecko, chameleon, bearded dragon, and an extremely early development fetal kitten. To give you an idea of how small all of these are, the kitten on the left is roughly the size of a pencil eraser.

www.DarlingDeadAdornment.com

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mineralists:

A collection of 850 mineral eggs carved in the renowned gem-cutting center of Idar-Oberstein, Germany.

mineralists:

A collection of 850 mineral eggs carved in the renowned gem-cutting center of Idar-Oberstein, Germany.

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