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The perfect spooky addition to your Halloween outfit that you can wear year around!

This one of a kind piece was constructed using a clipping from an antique illustrated anatomy book of the human skeleton in wonderful detail. The illustration is labeled "Fig. 9 The Humerus" at the bottom. It is enclosed between two glass slides with lead-free solder that has been treated with an antique patina and then sealed with a protectant to give it a beautiful luster with a time-worn look.

The lightweight pendant is strung on a dainty black gunmetal coated brass (nickel free) 18” (45.72cm) chain with a lobster clasp closure. The pendant, itself is about 1” (2.54cm) wide and 3” (7.6cm) tall. See last picture for an idea of length and size.

This necklace makes a perfect gift for: fashionable ladies that enjoy a macabre flair, fans of antique illustrations, and anyone who enjoys anatomy/biology/science and appreciates the complexity of the human skeletal system. Also makes a unique addition to any Halloween outfit.

The necklace will arrive to you in a brown kraft paper jewelry box, ready to give as a gift – or to keep for yourself. :)

See more of my vintage and nature-inspired jewelry collection here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/asweetreverie?section_id=11263105

Halloween Jewelry, Skeleton Bone Anatomy Diagram Pendant Necklace, Spooky Vintage Science Vintage Illustration, Gothic, Macabre, Oddity

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: gunmetal chain, solder, patina, memory glass, paper ephemera, anatomical diagram
  • Feedback: 278 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Michigan, United States
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