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ANCIENT MODS UPDATE, 1/6/12 - One Bad Ass M*F*er (13-15th century, Mesoamerica) 

It doesn’t matter what century you’re in - you see someone walking down the street with a solid gold serpent busting out of their chin you know it means “Bow the hell down!”

…Pardon my English.

Lip Plug in the Form of a Serpent

Culture - Mixtec
Date -1350-1521 CE
Period - Pre-Columbian
Region - Mesoamerica
Materials - Gold
Dimensions - 6.6 x 6.3cm
Repository - American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York
Website - http://www.amnh.org/

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5/8" (16mm) Quartz Labret with mystery inclusions for a customer in Austria

Loving this piece too much!

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Petrified Wood is one of my favorite materials on the planet, so many different varieties, so many colors, patterns, textures and unique formations, There’s just something so special about it for me that I can’t quite put my finger on

These pieces are available at www.etsy.com/shop/imperialorganics

These gorgeous 20 mm Namibian sodalite plugs (Available HERE) and this lovely 5/8″ (16 mm) Namibian Sodalite oval labret (Available HERE) are still up for grabs at www.etsy.com/shop/imperialorganics.

Why not cash in on the awesome promotion of the week? Use code: ‘20LOVE’ for 20% off your order when checking out. This code also applies for ALL custom orders made until the 1st of August 2015 so if you don’t find anything in your size there are plenty of material options available for a custom order!

Stones available for custom order are as follows:

*** AGATES ***

BOTSWANA AGATE (UP TO 3/4”)
CONDOR VEIN AGATE
EL BLANCO AGATE
INCA AGATE
LAGUNA AGATE (LA ALIANZA)
LAGUNA AGATE (MESQUITE & EL AGATA)
MADAGASCAR DENDRITIC AGATE
MOCTEZUMA AGATE
MOROCCAN AGATE (AOULI)
MOROCCAN AGATE GREEN SKIN (SIDI RAHAL)
PARANÁ AGATE (BRAZIL)

*** OTHER ***

AMETHYST DRUZY (UP TO 1")
IMPERIAL JASPER (REDS, GREENS & PINKS)
MOOKAITE (VERY HIGH GRADE UP TO 1-1/8")
NEPHRITE JADE (WYOMING, DARK GREEN)
PETRIFIED WOODWORTHIA WOOD
SPIDERWEB IMPERIAL JASPER (UP TO ¾")

(Please inquire for specific colors, patterns and geodes)

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Tiny galaxies in this 5/8" Montana Agate Labret