Sheehan & Co. Memento Mori
Memento Mori ring Late 17th century, The Ashmolean Museum
Jewelry: Renaissance to Restoration, c 1500-1713
Memento Mori -
Tombstones and Graves
"All is Vanity" (1892) - a memento mori (reminder of mortality) by Charles Allan Gilbert, American illustrator
Dark Art/ Sci-fi/ Fantasy
An English pendant, c.1540-50, in the form of a skeleton within a coffin, a symbol of death and a memento mori.
My next tattoo this phrase MEMENTO MORI - Latin 'remember that you will die', is an artistic or symbolic reminder of the inevitability of death.
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Dating back to 1810 the Momento Mori death watch with diamonds sold for 16000. The skull opens up to the watch, letting you know everyone's time is up sooner or later.
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Memento Mori. Carved ivory rosary, early 16th century. Currently in the Metropolitan museum of art, New York.
Memento Mori; Vanitas; Danse Macabre
Vanitas, memento mori
Latin words and art