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Jewelry The Cat Coughed Up. Feline Furball Necklaces, Earrings and Rings.





Okay, so it hasn't actually been digested by a cat, but the custom jewelry by Moderncat blogger and jewelry designer Heidi Abrahamson, is actually made from the fur of a feline.




The one-of-a-kind pieces where made when Kate Benjamin (shown modeling the jewelry above) gave several cats a good grooming (she recommends the Furminator) and then hand-rolled each ball of cat fur into a tight bead. By rolling the loose fur between her palms, the strands become felted together, forming a solid little bead. Her friend Heidi then added her silversmithing skills by attaching jewelry findings to the furballs and then mounting them on earrings, ring shanks and chains.



Yes, Heidi said she would be happy to create custom hairball jewelry for you, too! Feel free to contact her for pricing and details.

all photos by Kate Benjamin. Info and images courtesy of Modern Cat



If you think this is bizarre, check out the people who make sweaters from their dog's fur here

5 comments:

The Beading Gem said...

Too cool! Something for cat lovers for a change!

Anne@ girls jewellery said...

Wow, how cool those feline furball necklaces! Very creative work. I've never seen something like this before.

Anonymous said...

this is disgusting

Anonymous said...

I love cats and I love to make jewelry, but I know better than to combine the two...

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