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On This Shall Dwell the tender thought mourning ring

On This Shall Dwell the tender thought mourning ring

Scrimshaw Double Heart Mourning Jewelry Circa 1807.  "Beauty and youth in vain to these you trust For youth and beauty shall be laid in dust."

Scrimshaw Double Heart Mourning Jewelry Circa 1807. "Beauty and youth in vain to these you trust For youth and beauty shall be laid in dust."

English memento mori gold locket with intricate hair braids, watercolored ivory, and pearls (info link in comments) -- OPENPICS.

Georgian diamond-amethyst mourning ring - The diamond and amethyst urn is a wide shape that follows the contour of the finger itself. circa 1800-1810

Georgian diamond-amethyst mourning ring - The diamond and amethyst urn is a wide shape that follows the contour of the finger itself. circa 1800-1810

“This enamelled gold mourning ring commemorates the death of Samuel Nicholets of Hertfordshire who died on 7th July 1661, as is recorded in the inscription inside the ring. The ring is hollow, and a lock of hair curls around within it, visible through the openwork of the enamelled decoration of skulls and coats of arms.”

“This enamelled gold mourning ring commemorates the death of Samuel Nicholets of Hertfordshire who died on 7th July 1661, as is recorded in the inscription inside the ring. The ring is hollow, and a lock of hair curls around within it, visible through the openwork of the enamelled decoration of skulls and coats of arms.”

Memorial ring (Memento Mori ring) dating from the 17th century, commemorating King Charles.

Memorial ring (Memento Mori ring) dating from the 17th century, commemorating King Charles.

I'm just a skull carved out of a geode here to eat your soul just calm down don't even worry about it.

I'm just a skull carved out of a geode here to eat your soul just calm down don't even worry about it.

Gothic Revival Meets Rococo Revival in this Stunning Locket, 1834 - See more at: http://artofmourning.com/#sthash.3EKLvFqA.dpuf

Gothic Revival Meets Rococo Revival in this Stunning Locket, 1834 - See more at: http://artofmourning.com/#sthash.3EKLvFqA.dpuf

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