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memento mori

Cast sterling silver budding chysanthemum, Glechoma Hederacae (ground ivy) leaves, calyx of arnica flower, peace signs with morning glory buds, skull with third eye, mystery "Chinese" seeds given to me by another gardener, and morning glory bud peace sign clasp and toggle set with rhodolite garnets and rubelite tourmaline.

Examples of plants used from which components of bracelet were designed.

A memento mori to be mindful of death, and that, although it is ever present, to be mindful, also, that life is everchanging and flowering all around us in endless ways. Death exists to make us aware of what life really is. In light of this, we may strive to flower ourselves, and  to create beauty along the way. A variance of this perspective of memento mori, might also reflect the Buddhist tenet  to go into the sorrows of the world joyfully.

7 3/4" end to end.

Memento mori object. Treasure of awareness.

$1250.

    intricate reproductions of natural beauty

    art jewelry and sculpture inspired by nature

    Minnesota made

    from  the heart of the northeast minneapolis

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