Emma Montague Jawbone glasses

Emma Montague Jawbone glasses

Emma Montague Jawbone glasses RCA 2012

Inspired by the similarity between the shape of a jaw bone laying next to her pair of Ray Ban sunglasses, Emma Montague of the Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork and Jewelry department of the Royal College of Art, created this beautiful series of sunglasses made from real deer jaws, black horn, and acetate. The deer jaws were acquired from The British Deer Society.

As for the availability of these frames, I don’t think they’re for sale (they were created for Show RCA 2012), but you can always contact Emma and find out.

It’s not human anatomy, but it’s equally as cool. And let’s face it, I don’t think people would be as comfortable wearing a human jaw on their face compared to that of a deer!

 

[spotted by Larissa via EWG]