Good Mourning


Good Mourning

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The wind that gave me my first breath..

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Monumental Cemetery of Staglieno

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Beautiful gravestone

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Gold locket with the hair of Queen Marie Antoinette via the British Museum

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1880 Mourning Handbag w/Glass Beads

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triple bed grave stone Woodland Cemetery Des Moines, Iowa

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Epitaph sculpture in Pere Lachaise Cemetery; Paris

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From a Warsaw graveyard- breathtaking.

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German 1850 hearse

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abandoned cemetery in Georgia

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"Hand in Hand ", Pere Lachaise cemetery ,Paris

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In Memoriam

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interesting Headstone

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Art of Mourning

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1929 Argentinian hearse

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Tear Catcher - During the American Civil War, soldiers on both sides often left their wives an ornate bottle in which to store their tears. If the man survived battle, the stored moisture was an indicator of his wife’s devotion and love. If he didn’t make it back, the bottle would be set in a place of honor.

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"Coins taken off the eyes of a corpse are considered good luck, but to spend these coins is very, very bad luck indeed"

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Mourning ring, Birmingham Museum. Gold enamel and human hair. English, 17th c.

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mourning ring

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As above

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A womans memorial poesy ring; from 1592, made of gold and rock crystal. On the rings inner surface is inscribed, The cruel seas, remember, took him in November.

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Pet Momento Mori always makes me happy in a sad way. It is so good to know how important that animal was to its people.

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Funeral vestment , 1751, Pomerania, Poland

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Skull Cathedral in Otranto. In 1480AD, Muslim invaders martyred 800 residents of the town of Otranto, Italy. Their remains were taken to the cathedral and the bones were arranged behind the altar as testament to their faith.

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