26-year-old Jacqui Williams from Melbourne, Australia, makes unusual and unique jewelry and decorative items . At his company Grave Metallum Jewelry, the jeweler makes rings, bracelets and other jewelry with human teeth and animal bones. Typically, the materials provide from customers. The jeweler herself believes that it eliminates the taboos and oddities around death. Such jewelry looks original and can be passed on from generation to generation.
Unusual and unique Jewelry and decorative items made of human teeth and bones
Jacqui says, I stumbled across a community of like minded people and collectors of curiosities and oddities, people who not only wanted to talk about death, but who wanted to collect specimens and curiosities and give another life to things that once were. This then started the ever growing collection of bones and oddities of my own.
"With the dream of erasing the taboo around death and oddities, and the intention to turn morbid curiosities into elegant adornments, I plan to persevere in my ambition to provide quality custom made jewellery and heirlooms for the community of people who share the same understanding about the importance of existence".
Source — Msn