The Cemeterrarium

1694 Tombstone of John Sanders

$25.00
  • 1694 Tombstone of John Sanders

The Cemeterrarium

1694 Tombstone of John Sanders

$25.00

The gravestone of John Sanders features the most famous symbol of the memento mori, a winged skull. The tombstone also has intricate design work down the sides and along the bottom, framing the information of Mr. Sanders' age and date of death. He is buried in the Old Burying Point Cemetery in Salem, MA (also called the Charter Street Cemetery).

The chain is silver in color, and 22 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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The gravestone of John Sanders features the most famous symbol of the memento mori, a winged skull. The tombstone also has intricate design work down the sides and along the bottom, framing the information of Mr. Sanders' age and date of death. He is buried in the Old Burying Point Cemetery in Salem, MA (also called the Charter Street Cemetery).

The chain is silver in color, and 22 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.