Callisto-chan (callisto_chan) wrote in little_details,

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Hair art for Victorian men

My Google-fu is very weak, and when I searched for 'mourning jewelry' and 'hair art' I generally came up with the same information.

In the early Victorian era (late 1840s-early 1850s), I know that sometimes women had jewelry made with hair of a deceased family member. In my case, I'm wondering if the men did any such thing? The closest I came to was finding out about watch fobs that were made out of the hair of the deceased, and I just wanted to know if it was plausible for my male character to have a watch fob made out of the hair of his dead wife.

Thank you!

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