amorticious

Amorticious

Paducah, Kentucky

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Note from shop owner Greetings beautiful humans! My shoppe will be in vacation 4/7 - 4/20/21 due to my traveling schedule! Hope to see you at one of the Oddities and Curiosities Expos in Indy or Tulsa! In the meantime if you have an inquiry, message me here or email me at amortious at gmail.com

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Apr 7, 2021

Greetings beautiful humans! My shoppe will be in vacation 4/7 - 4/20/21 due to my traveling schedule! Hope to see you at one of the Oddities and Curiosities Expos in Indy or Tulsa! In the meantime if you have an inquiry, message me here or email me at amortious at gmail.com

Ami Amore

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About amorticious

Sales 168
On Etsy since 2009

Morbid luxury and slinging dead things since 2009!

Amorticious happened quite accidentally in 2009 when an eccentric Ami Amore’ happened upon a pair of muskrat jaws and an old skeleton key and thought “These will make a fine necklace!!!”… So armed with a pair of pliers, jump rings galore, a bunch of junk jewelry and a huge imagination… Amorticious was born.

Amorticious is my lovechild of my lifelong affair with visual arts and can best be described as morbid luxury with an eclectic, ethereal flair. Ever-evolving, I specialize in unique adornments for the head and body. I take inspiration from old movies and ads, current trends, esoteric couture, my metaphysical background and beliefs as well as my 20 year study of tribal fusion bellydance. Amorticious is the melting pot of all my life’s pleasures and passions. My one of a kind adornments are perfect for any occasion where you want to get noticed. I believe in using and reusing parts, junk and animal paraphernalia. While not everything is old, some is new, some are vintage and others are just plain weird!

My animal bones are making the best of unused parts. I receive a good deal of my bones from roadkill taxidermists near and far as well as my own collection of roadkill . I use possum, mink, muskrat, raccoon, squirrel, various legal birds of game, and other small mammals. I also incorporate dead insects found on bike excursions, etc… into my art and jewelry.

When I'm not slinging dead things or making art, you can find me practicing yoga, taking my snake out for walks, dancing or hiking.

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