1Human Teeth Rings
Artist Polly van der Glas makes wonderful pieces out of human teeth and hair. Apparently, teeth are hard to come by so she’s always happy to accept donations.
The artist makes no indication as to what type of animal this jawbone came from, but when it’s simultaneously this creepy and beautiful, maybe it’s better we don’t know.
3Rings Made From Bones
The perfect jewelry for any stalker. These rings are made from bones grown in a lab and then carved into a fashion accessory. You can send in one of your bones or a tooth to send to your stalkee or snip off one of his/her toes and get some jewelry made for yourself. On the downside, the website selling these rings is now a spam site, so to get one made you’ll actually have to find your own Doctor Frankenstein.
4Sea Horse Earrings
As if having dead sea horses dangling from your ears wasn’t attention-getting enough, the artists making these beauties decided to add rhinestones to their eye sockets.
5Golden Jaw Bone Earrings
Everyone knows you’re a man eater, so why not emphasize this point with a lovely set of gold gilt mandible earrings?
6Skull and Feathers Hair Piece
What’s better than a mink skull hair piece? One adorned with peacock feathers and 24 karat gold gilt teeth, of course!
7Gothic Bird Head Pendant
Edgar Allan Poe fans are sure to love this piece. Quote the raven, “Get this ball out of my mouth.”
8Snake Fetus In A Vial Pendant
These days everyone claims to love fetuses, but how many people are willing to show their obsession so clearly?
9Bird Head And Tail Feathers Necklace
This necklace is particularly nice because it combines the best taxidermied parts of an entire bird –the head and the tail feathers. Why mess with the middle when both ends fit together so nicely?
10Squirrel Feet Earrings and Necklaces
Just look at the stunning gold word that accentuates the dead bugger’s feet. While many sellers of taxidermied jewelry assure their clients that no animals were harmed in the making of their jewelry, this creator happily brags about the local hunting holiday, “Squirrel Day.”