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Cemetery Dirt and Bone in Glass Cork Top Bottle Keychain
Cemetery Dirt and Bone in Glass Cork Top Bottle Keychain
Cemetery Dirt and Bone in Glass Cork Top Bottle Keychain

Cemetery Dirt and Bone in Glass Cork Top Bottle Keychain

Regular price $20.00 Sale

Now you can take a piece of history and nature with you wherever you go.

This tiny glass corked bottle holds real dirt from an old forgotten cemetery near Kansas City, Missouri as well as an animal bone I've cleaned and processed. Each bottle is unique with varying bones, dirt, and pieces of nature. Bones vary from rodent bones to Starling bones, ranging from vertebra to leg and jaw bones.

Bottles vary slightly in size from 1 1/4" tall to 1 3/4" tall and are permanently sealed. The silver keychain measures 2 1/2" long with a total length of 4"- 4 1/4" long from the top of the key ring to the bottom of the bottle. Arrives gift boxed.

*Key is shown for scale and is not included

As each bottle is unique, you may not receive one that is pictured here. Feel free to message me and I'll be happy to send photos to make sure you are happy with the selection.

~Dirt was respectfully collected and no graves were disturbed. Cemetery residents remain in high spirits.~

***50% of the profits from the cemetery dirt series will be donated to Historic Kansas City, an organization that is dedicated to the preservation of the area’s heritage, neighborhoods and historic built environment.
Historic Kansas City's mission is to demonstrate the economic and cultural value of preserving the built environment, to preserve endangered buildings of historical, cultural or architectural significance, to promote the continued use of older buildings through conservation, restoration or adaptive reuse in a manner that maintains the integrity of the building’s design and materials, to encourage stabilization and conservation of older neighborhoods, to educate the public about the historical, architectural and cultural heritage of Kansas City’s built environment, and to provide opportunities for the public to be actively involved in historic preservation.***