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Published on Jan 17, 2013
In a documented one-time surgery-performance, a plastic surgeon removed a 110mm x 10mm strip of skin from the abdomen of Sruli Recht. The subcutaneous tissue and epidermis was then scraped from the dermis, which is stripped of fat by hand and blade, before being salted, and tanned with an Alum solution. The resulting leather from the dermis was prepared for use in the ring, Forget Me Knot.
SR661 - Leather made from the abdomen skin of Sruli Recht, mounted to a 24 carat gold band. There will be only one of this piece made. The Forget Me Knot band is presented with a DNA certificate and a complete DVD documentary of the process, surgery and interviews with the involved team.
Forget Me Knot SR661, Nov/Dec 2012, 1 of 1 Anthropodermic leather and 24 carat gold
This piece is presented as part of the new collection of Sruli Recht for Autumn and Winter 2013/14, Concentrated. Editor - Stefanía Thors Interviewer/ Director -- Rúnar Ingi Einarsson Sound - Helgi Svavar Helgason Camera 2 -- Þórsteinn Magnússon