Jaws of Life – Raccoon Bone and Fish Leather Necklace
Handcrafted, ethically sourced raccoon jaw bone and fish leather necklace. Comes hand-painted in 2 color combinations. Part of the Vampfangs Collection by Dark Alchemy.
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Raccoon Jaw Bone and Fish Leather Necklace – The Vampfangs Collection by Dark Alchemy
This raccoon jaw bone and fish leather necklace is unique! Raccoons are curious midnight mischief makers. People believe they help guide those that are inquisitive in spirit, and also those in need of keeping a secret. Fish leather has been gaining popularity over the years due to its goal of reducing waste. Humans harvest fish mainly for their use in food, and usually toss their skin out. The process of turning it into leather creates a beautiful and useful material that would otherwise been lost. This pendant necklace made with a real, ethically sourced raccoon jaw bone and fish leather round may help you remain a shadowy enigma, but don’t expect it to dull the conversation! Two color combinations available: brass jaw with teal round and bronze chain, or black jaw with red round and silver colored chain.
This ethically sourced raccoon jaw bone necklace comes hand-painted from Salem in bronze or black. Fish leather combinations are turquoise and red.*
*Since each necklace is handcrafted, your item may have variations.
Jaw Bone Measurements:
3.25 inches from top to bottom
1.25 inches across at the widest point
0.5 inches deep
Fish Leather Measurements:
2.5 inches in diameter
Approximately 17 inches from end to end
Skulls and Bones: All animal products used were obtained from taxidermists who solely forage for material; this means the animal had long since passed naturally before the time of discovery.
Skins and Hides: In the case of fish leather, all products used are solely from manufacturers utilizing materials that would otherwise have been wasted. Fish such as salmon, tilapia and carp are harvested mainly for consumption; therefore, their skin is most often thrown away as a byproduct of processing. Utilizing it to make leather instead eliminates this waste and provides an alternative to conventional and exotic leathers.
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