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Skull jewellery is once again popular. The young hang skull pendants on their phones and bags, celebrities wear skull rings. Originally skulls were only a Buddhist thing. To Buddhists' they remind of the drive to Nevada, preventing time wasted building ego, which is useless upon death. Similarly, Goths highlight suffering, to contrast from living and create an optimistic outlook. Skulls show that life is temporary, and are a symbol that we're all flirting with death - representing a quest to survive and be careful - explaining why pirates fly the skull and cross bones.
Price is per 16-inch string of these dyed (colour fixted) turquoise beads. Each skull measures 12mm x 12mm...
Price is per 16-inch string of these dyed (colour fixed) turquoise beads. Each skull measures 13.5mm x 12mm...
Price is for 17 inch string of these cute small carved beads. Each skull measures 7mm x 7mm...
Price is per bracelet. Each carved skull measures 13mm x 11mm x 10mm - about 16 skulls in...
Price is per 16-inch string of these unusual beads - about 19 skulls per string. Each measures a...