Bones and Feathers Debuts Animal-Spine Jewelry Molded From Recycled Bullet Casings

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Make no bones about it, Bones and Feathers Collective’s spooktacular—and anatomically correct—jewelry sends a shiver up our spines, but in a good way. For fall, the Los Angeles label hand-dipped wax casts of fox, shark, and rattlesnake vertebrae into molten bronze from recycled bullet casings. Designers Natalie Mauro and Nicole Morrall even threw in a bronze-cast necklace of dangling human teeth for good measure, with the purpose of showcasing a collection that “hovers between where we begin and end as humans and animals alike.”

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THE LOVELY BONES

The Bones and Feathers jewelry collection includes necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and rings that marry indigenous styles with modern-day luxury. Mauro and Morrall used animal spines because they admire the way the fragments fit together like a puzzle to create a “beautiful, natural curvature.” Whether you’re looking to accessorize for Halloween or you favor their edgy vibe for daily wear, these conversation pieces will prove you have quite the backbone for statement-making style.

+ Bones and Feathers Collective

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