Artist Kirstin Bunyard combines a background in forensics with her love of fashion to create these elegantly macabre bone accessories.
Polly van der Glas primarily works with teeth, hair and even fingernails, which replace the typical gemstones you often find in things like necklaces, rings and earrings.
Got a taste for fine jewelry... and brains? Check out this line of pendants, earrings and other elegant gold & silver pieces by New York designer Amanda Campbell.
Some zombie apocalypse survivors wear trophies to prove their awesomeness. (I'm looking at you and your ear collection, Daryl.)
The first thing that strikes be about this cuff bracelet is that the artist calls it "absolutely disgusting" right in the title. Respect. But then you actually look at the cuff... and she is right - it is disgusting.
I love old-fashioned pocket watches. A classy accessory from a bygone era. But sometimes, well, classy is boring.
Wear Your Music collects used guitar strings from popular musicians, turns them into bracelets, and sells them, with 100% of the net profits going to the musician's charity of choice.
The design of this folding ring is freaky enough, but crafting it in the image of the infamous Xenomorph gives it an even more threatening edge.
This skull and brains version could beat the hell out of those old heart-shaped BFF necklaces.
It's a magic trick! It's jewelry! If nothing else, this is a conversation starter.