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Mourning objects by Anna Schwamborn (8 pics)

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  • 29 Jun, 2009  |
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This collection of jewellery from designer Anna Schwamborn is made from the hair and cremated ashes of a dead people. What for? Because it will always remind people about their deceased loved ones. Do you think it’s a good idea? IMHO, it’s really weird and depressing.

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№1 Author: marianna (2 Jul 2009 15:15) Total user comments: 115


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№2 Author: basic100s (8 Nov 2009 23:32) Total user comments: 569


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№3 Author: adzhoe (8 May 2010 18:00) Total user comments: 14959


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It seems to be ok. Take a look in the California Missions catholic churches. They keep bone fragments and whole teeth of church leaders and put them in furniture and hand held items with little glass window in them so you can see them, That is morbid to me, keeping some hair...ok, not so bad.
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