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"The Sick Rose" is gorgeous.

I love historical mourning traditions. I feel like in modern society we're expected to hide and squash our grief right after the funeral because it makes other people uncomfortable to talk about death, whereas historically you were allowed and even expected to express it with mementos and jewelry and fashion well beyond the burial of your loved one. Practicing some historical aspects of mourning culture have definitely helped me after deaths, it feels more cathartic to me, like I'm actually processing the death by acknowledging it in various ways.

Try etsy, I've seen a few there. You can always ask them to use a linen or other thick material if they're custom made.

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