tiny bone ring
Cast from a single tiny pelvis bone extracted from an owl pellet.
Owls swallow their prey whole but are unable to digest bones and fur. They regurgitate the undigested parts of their prey as what are known as owl pellets. Based on the other bones found in the same owl pellet this pelvis bone likely came from a field mouse or similar small rodent. You can see the rounded socket in the bone where the femur would attach.
Life and nature's cycles. Beginnings, endings, and what endures.
MATERIALS + DETAILS
bone is approximately .39 x .28 inches | 10 x 7 mm
1 mm organically textured band
recycled sterling silver | recycled 14k yellow gold