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Demon Kitty Designs

Columbus, Ohio · 183 Sales

katarinanavane

Demon Kitty Designs

Columbus, Ohio 183 Sales On Etsy since 2007

5 out of 5 stars
(77)

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Certain items, including copper roses, are custom-made to order. Please allow an extra week to 10 days for me to make your item before it's shipped in these cases, plus the normal time of shipping.

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Last updated on Feb 21, 2016

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Welcome!
All orders come with a free bonus!

Certain items, including copper roses, are custom-made to order. Please allow an extra week to 10 days for me to make your item before it's shipped in these cases, plus the normal time of shipping.

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Curio Cabinet on a Charm Bracelet
$35.00
Snake Rib Earrings
$10.00
Hand Drawn Curly Tailed Critter Pendant
$20.00
Hand Drawn Demon Kitty Critter Pendant
$20.00
Polymer Clay Tentacle in a Bottle Pendant
$22.00
Small Squid Cameo Brooch
$22.00
Squid Cameo Brooch
$24.00
Clockwork Penny Pendant
$10.00
Snake Skin Penny Pendant
$10.00
Octopus Penny Pendant
$10.00
Octopus Cameo Necklace with White Pearl Chain
$26.00
Airship and Bone Earrings
$12.00
Octopus Cameo Brooch
$20.00
Insect Scrabble Tile Pendant
$10.00
Gentleman Scrabble Pendant
$10.00
Clockwork Illustration Penny Pendant
$10.00
Anatomacal Skeleton Pelvis Scrabble Tile Pendant
$10.00
Hand Drawn Octopus Over Text Earrings
$34.00
Curio Cabinet Necklace
$35.00
Octopus Relief Print Brooch
$20.00
Rattlesnake Rib and Vertebrae Necklace
$25.00
Curio Cabinet in White: Necklace and Earring Set
$50.00
Real Cicada Wing Pendant
$20.00
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Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(77)
kpond444

kpond444 on Nov 22, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

This bracelet is amazing and shipped quickly. I couldn't be more happy with my purchase. Thank you!!

Sammy

Sammy on Nov 18, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Absolutely wonderful! Shipped earlier than expected, and I was able to figure out what everything was with the list I got! Definitely would buy again.

Meg Pugh

Meg Pugh on Nov 18, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Thanks for the great earrings! They're a gift & she'll love em! Loved the packaging as well! I love Halloween too! Thx

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About

A varied Cabinet of Curiosities by a single artist.

I sold my first artwork when I was 10 and my parents let me set up a stand doing custom drawings at our garage sale. I sold handmade jewelry at local shows starting just a couple years later, and started this etsy when I was in high school. My art has evolved over the years, as I try new things and learn new techniques, but certain themes have always shined through, such as my fascination with Victorian era and Cabinets of Curiosities. I see myself as a bit of a mad scientist, rearranging and combining disparate elements into a whole that is hopefully a little wonderful and a little creepy.

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  • Laura Werger

    Owner, Creator

    I'm an artist living in Columbus Ohio. I am always making and trying new mediums, so there are a lot of types of work available in my shop, from jewelry to sculpture to zines and more, most inspired by the chaos of antique curio cabinets. Enjoy!

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Last updated on Jul 1, 2016
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Materials Sources

I try to acquire the animal parts I use (bones, etc.) as respectfully and ethically as possible. No animals were killed for the use of their bones/etc in my art. Some were found dead, some killed for food, some naturally deceased, killed as pests, etc. I'm operating under a "better to use it than throw it away" theory, which I hope you all understand.
Similarly, all the old books, clocks, etc. that I use are damaged to the point of non-functional. I don't destroy anything valuable or useful, and try to only make things that improve the starting materials.
Almost all the sea shells I use are ones I personally found on the beach, although some were traded for, or purchased second hand.