VICTORIAN MOURNING JEWELRY
During the Victorian era, it was common to wear “mourning jewelry”. This jewelry typically included hair from deceased loved one.
The deceased loved one’s hair would be carefully arranged within the brooch, often creating intricate pictures or designs.
Hair was considered to be an ideal keepsake, since it does not break down over time.
Take it up your slutty ass, little girl. And don’t try to scream or I will choke you even harder.
She is call Moo oh my god.
Les Diableries, a series of stereoscopic photographs published in Paris during the 1860s
Marilyn Monroe’s personally owned makeup case auctioned off at Christies in 1999 for $266,500. (via)