Late-night séances. Ruins and moonshine. Illicit retreats and bohemian groves. What to wear for that voodoo that you do?
Why, baubles by Bonedust, of course.
The linea obscura hails from the nimble carving fingers of artist and graphic designer Lacey Coover, who sources sheep horns, ivory, deer antlers, and bones from friends’ garages, flea markets, and fellow carvers. Don’t fret, Coover ensures the ethical origins of all her materials and promises no injury to animals.
A delicate, hollow ivory circle pendant on a featherlight gold chain will surely enchant. Need a lucky charm? Try the smoothly polished cross-section of deer antlers hung from a vintage distressed sterling silver chain. An intricate white feather whittled from scrap ivory frames an obelisk of sliced-up antler for bewitching your callers.
But no, it can’t put a hex on the ex.
Available at Candystore, 3153 16th Street, between Valencia and Guerrero Streets (415-863-8143 or candystorecollective.com).