The Cemeterrarium

In Memory of Mrs. Martha Teague, 1802

$25.00
  • In Memory of Mrs. Martha Teague, 1802

The Cemeterrarium

In Memory of Mrs. Martha Teague, 1802

$25.00

This tombstone is the monument of Mrs. Martha Teague, who departed this life in 1802. The gravestone features the winged skull, the most well-known symbol of the Memento Mori. It uniquely has the phrase, "Death is a debt to nature due, I paid that debt and so shall you." Martha's final resting place is in the Howard Street Cemetery of Salem, MA.

The necklace features a silver bar design, with bead elements. It is 18 inches in length.

All of The Cemeterrarium pieces are handmade by Laurie Moran. The tombstones are based on real monuments and then added to an upcycled necklace. These handcrafted pieces are one of a kind and make a truly unique accessory.

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This tombstone is the monument of Mrs. Martha Teague, who departed this life in 1802. The gravestone features the winged skull, the most well-known symbol of the Memento Mori. It uniquely has the phrase, "Death is a debt to nature due, I paid that debt and so shall you." Martha's final resting place is in the Howard Street Cemetery of Salem, MA.

The necklace features a silver bar design, with bead elements. It is 18 inches in length.

All of The Cemeterrarium pieces are handmade by Laurie Moran. The tombstones are based on real monuments and then added to an upcycled necklace. These handcrafted pieces are one of a kind and make a truly unique accessory.