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A German memento mori - book and skull, mid-18th century  "Theologica Universa", Augsburg 1760

A German memento mori - book and skull, mid-18th century "Theologica Universa", Augsburg 1760

This 15k gold memento mori stickpin features a skull with a hinged jaw, allowing it to be opened or closed. The three-dimensional effect of a slightly raised nasal bone and individually etched teeth (not to mention the gaping eye sockets) should combine to make him creepy, but instead he's kind of cute.

This 15k gold memento mori stickpin features a skull with a hinged jaw, allowing it to be opened or closed. The three-dimensional effect of a slightly raised nasal bone and individually etched teeth (not to mention the gaping eye sockets) should combine to make him creepy, but instead he's kind of cute.

Skull Pendant with Entombed Skeleton, 17th century. Gold, enamel, diamonds. British or Dutch.

Skull Pendant with Entombed Skeleton, 17th century. Gold, enamel, diamonds. British or Dutch.

skull carved from an ammonite fossil. Would love to make this in polymer clay on a smaller scale.

skull carved from an ammonite fossil. Would love to make this in polymer clay on a smaller scale.

Gioielli CODOGNATO - Venezia

Gioielli CODOGNATO - Venezia

White Lilian Skull | NOT JUST A LABEL

White Lilian Skull | NOT JUST A LABEL

I hope to have to wear one for you someday, although not giving a fuck kinda makes it a moot point. LOL. ~ETS (Memento mori)

I hope to have to wear one for you someday, although not giving a fuck kinda makes it a moot point. LOL. ~ETS (Memento mori)

Charles I Royalist Pendant, Jan 30, 1648

Charles I Royalist Pendant, Jan 30, 1648

LEVIATANO

LEVIATANO

A skeleton in the Capella Sansevero, an ancient Italian church which has been turned into a private museum of anatomical petrification. The skeleton was given an injection before death which somehow preserved all veins, arteries and capillaries. (Photo by Evans/Three Lions/Getty Images). Circa 1955

A skeleton in the Capella Sansevero, an ancient Italian church which has been turned into a private museum of anatomical petrification. The skeleton was given an injection before death which somehow preserved all veins, arteries and capillaries. (Photo by Evans/Three Lions/Getty Images). Circa 1955

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