Jessica - choker

The Tear Collector

I began collecting my own tears. As a boy, I hurt myself and started crying, so my hands caught a few tears. Watching this liquid that my suffering had just produced, distracted me. I carefully saved the tears inside a bottle. Soon after, I began collecting the tears of everyone else. I waited for them to pour down in funerals, accidents, hospitals, punishments, and sorrows of any kind. After I became a chemist, I started working on a vaccine for suffering using all the gallons of tears I have gathered. I figured that as any other antidote, this fluid that was the result of affliction could help us become immune to feeling suffering. Finally, the vaccine was a reality, but it turned out to be a disaster. Rather than feeling relieved, the lack of sensation felt distressing. People went to extremes trying to feel something. Life without tears felt empty. The vaccine was soon discontinued.

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  • ONE OF A KIND CHOKER
  • two semi-precious large agate stones
  • 1mm violet cowhide leather
  • exquisite macrame technique (about 12 hours of work)
  • stainless steel clasp and chain
  • 32cm long with an extention chain of 15cm
  • See 'Stones We Use' for more information
  • Please note that colours may look different due to different monitor/device resolutions

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Jessica - choker

Jessica - choker

The Tear Collector

I began collecting my own tears. As a boy, I hurt myself and started crying, so my hands caught a few tears. Watching this liquid that my suffering had just produced, distracted me. I carefully saved the tears inside a bottle. Soon after, I began collecting the tears of everyone else. I waited for them to pour down in funerals, accidents, hospitals, punishments, and sorrows of any kind. After I became a chemist, I started working on a vaccine for suffering using all the gallons of tears I have gathered. I figured that as any other antidote, this fluid that was the result of affliction could help us become immune to feeling suffering. Finally, the vaccine was a reality, but it turned out to be a disaster. Rather than feeling relieved, the lack of sensation felt distressing. People went to extremes trying to feel something. Life without tears felt empty. The vaccine was soon discontinued.