- Jolly Mary
A skull and crossed bones were called a Jolly Roger used by pirates to signal danger. Mary Masury has it on her gravestone to warn on the perils of death for a life not lived well. Her warning is sent from Charter Street Burial Ground, Salem, Massachusetts, upon her death May 17, 1748.
Carver: Henry Emmes
Many gravestones contain adornments of a smaller scale. These shapes are the perfect size for accessories. We've created a fun line of magnets from these images. Let us choose the color. Your fridge will thank you!