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<em>Primitive Methodist Society Dome</em>, made with glass, wood, wire, metal, and human hair using gimp work, 1864.

Primitive Methodist Society Dome, made with glass, wood, wire, metal, and human hair using gimp work, 1864. Alan Kolc

Brooch made of Whitby Jet, brass, glass, gold wire, seed pearls, and human hair using palette work, mid-19th century. Brooch made of Whitby Jet, brass, glass, gold wire, seed pearls, and human hair using palette work, mid-19th century. Evi Numen/ Courtesy of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia and the Mütter Museum 2017

Necklace with anchor pendant, made from gold and human hair using table work, mid-to-late 19th century. Necklace with anchor pendant, made from gold and human hair using table work, mid-to-late 19th century. Evi Numen/ Courtesy of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia and the Mütter Museum 2017Wreath surrounding an ambrotype, made from wood, glass, ambrotype, wire, straw flowers, paper, and human hair using gimp work, mid-19th century. Wreath surrounding an ambrotype, made from wood, glass, ambrotype, wire, straw flowers, paper, and human hair using gimp work, mid-19th century. Alan Kolc

A monogrammed brooch made of gold and human hair using table work, late 19th century. A monogrammed brooch made of gold and human hair using table work, late 19th century. Evi Numen/Courtesy the College of Physicians of Philadelphia and the Mütter Museum 2017

<em>Farewell but not For Ever</em> box, inscribed to Ann Woodd, who died in 1791, made with gold, Ivory, sandal wood, sepia, leather, satin, dissolved human hair, and woven hair, using dissolved hair sepia painting and palette work. Farewell but not For Ever box, inscribed to Ann Woodd, who died in 1791, made with gold, Ivory, sandal wood, sepia, leather, satin, dissolved human hair, and woven hair, using dissolved hair sepia painting and palette work. Evi Numen/Courtesy the College of Physicians of Philadelphia and the Mütter Museum 2017

Nosegay with border, signed on reverse by Mrs. William J. Smith, Brookline, New Hampshire, gilt gesso, wood, glass, paper, wire, and human hair using gimp work, 1860-61. Nosegay with border, signed on reverse by Mrs. William J. Smith, Brookline, New Hampshire, gilt gesso, wood, glass, paper, wire, and human hair using gimp work, 1860-61. Alan Kolc

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