The Coxa Neckpiece is reminiscent of an Eighteenth Century epaulette. The epaulette is a shoulder adornment worn mainly by military officials to determine rank. The Coxa Neckpiece is a regal piece meat to give importance to the wearer. The glimmering beetle wings make the wearer a force to be reckoned with.
Materials
Brass, Bronze, Elytra (beetle wing covers), leather, metallic thread, rutile quartz
 
Photographed by Shannon Stratton
 
Coxa Neckpiece
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