Le boudoir de Mademoiselle J

sixpenceee:

VICTORIAN MOURNING JEWELRY 

During the Victorian era, it was common to wear “mourning jewelry”. This jewelry typically included hair from deceased loved one.

The deceased loved one’s hair would be carefully arranged within the brooch, often creating intricate pictures or designs.

Hair was considered to be an ideal keepsake, since it does not break down over time.

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Robledo Puch, in 1972, around the time of his arrest, aged 20. He was an Argentine serial killer who was convicted of 11 murders, 1 attempted murder, 17 robberies, 1 rape, 1 attempted rape, 1 count of sexual abuse, 2 kidnappings, and 2 thefts.He is 64 years old now, he was denied parole in 2008.

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He was an Argentine serial killer who was convicted of 11 murders, 1 attempted murder, 17 robberies, 1 rape, 1 attempted rape, 1 count of sexual abuse, 2 kidnappings, and 2 thefts.

He is 64 years old now, he was denied parole in 2008.