Real coyote fangs on silver plated component hanging from sterling French hook- 2.75 inches

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Real coyote fangs on silver plated component hanging from sterling French hook- 2.75 inches

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Handmade item


Bone & horn, Brass, Silver


Length: 2.75 Inches; Drop length: 2.75 Inches; Width: 1 Inches

Real coyote canines measure 1.25 inches and hang from a filigree, silver plated brass earring component that measures 1.25 x 1 inch. The entire earring measure 2.75 inches hanging from a sterling French hook style earring. They are detailed with leaves and small flowers, accentuated by the antiqued finish. They are light weight.

This piece of jewelry is sent in a bubble pack envelope via US postal service, first class mail, for $4.50 in the US and comes in an animal print gift box.
International rate is $15. Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. Necromance is not responsible for delays due to customs.

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Contact me within: 7 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 14 days of delivery

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The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)

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Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.


Natural items, ( ie; bones, teeth, fur, insects ) are always by-products, meaning nothing is EVER killed for the sole purpose of using it in our jewelry and accessories.
The majority of the natural components are farmed in third world countries, giving uneducated people the ability to make a living. Just like raising livestock in this country, people raise and breed insects and seahorses, for instance, only to sell them when they die. Both of those examples have a very short adult life naturally, which make them good candidates for that business ( most adult insects live only 1 - 3 months ).
When mammals are farmed for their meat, to make extra money and avoid waste, we are sold teeth, bones and claws.
Delicate, hollow glass beads were filled with a slurry of material derived from fish scales and gelatin. This coated the interior face of a hollow bead creating a pearlescent effect. This curious technique was developed by a 17th century French rosary maker.
Platelet-like guanine crystals which give fish scales, and the pigment found on these beads, their iridescent appearance, were used to coat the core of the bead in a similar process that he used in the 17th century.
Costume jewelry companies from the 1880's to the 1960’s, used glass beads, then coated the surface with an adhesive paste made with iridescent North Atlantic fish scales and oil to make the surface look like a genuine natural pearl. 30 dippings produce these elegant pearls.
The state laws in California are very strict, so must be adhered to and respected. Any wildlife native to this state are protected and therefore may not be used in commerce, UNLESS the items are commercially prepared. This is how Necromance may legally sell animal parts ( such as skunk, raccoon, fox ), even though they are animals that inhabit California. Which is why they are all in the form of parts, as opposed to an entire animal. Example being foxes , which are farmed for their fur. People living in cold areas keep warmest by wearing fur. We get the by-products of this industry.
The image in the shop owners picture is one of many advertising cards from around 1902. These cards were included in packages of tea or food products as lagniappe. The companies would change the cards’ image every couple of weeks as an incentive for the consumer to buy that product again. Most of the time, the company would send you a free scrap book made special for that run of cards.

This particular advertising card had images of South American animals and was sold in our vintage paper section in our brick & mortar store in Hollywood, Ca.
There are few people who know more about the rights and wrongs of selling seahorses than I. Let's just say, I learned the hard and very expensive way how the regulations on these sea creatures work. Seahorses are NOT protected. They are only regulated, meaning the United States and other countries that cooperate with C.I.T.E.S. are closely watching the sales and importation of these animals. If seahorses are ever endangered, the selling of them will NOT be permitted, and you will not see them in my store or any where else for sale legally.

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