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We found six vintage watchmaker vials, each with labels reading "13," and filled them with small animal bones: mink vertebrae, coyote toe bone, squirrel paw, mink leg and tail bones, mouse jawbone, and mouse leg bones.

The number 13 carries significant meaning for many people, for either fortune or fate, depending on cultural history. In many Western societies, it is considered an unlucky number that should be avoided, while the lunar calendar, which is fundamental to many old religions, contains 13 cycles. Witch covens are assemblies of 13 practitioners. In the Tarot deck, the Death card is given the number 13, and for many of us, age 13 begins a long season of change, for both the body and mind. This is a great little collection for anyone who feels a personal connection to this very curious, meaningful number.

NOTE: Feather & Moss loves wildlife, and we know you do, too! Therefore, we source ALL materials lawfully and in accordance with United States regulations, including the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 and the Endangered Species Act of 1973 -- protected species are NEVER used in our collections. International buyers: please be mindful of your country's customs and protection laws before purchasing.

Vintage "13" vials with animal bones for your curiosity cabinet.