Would You Go To A Dinner Party Where the Dishes Are Made of THIS? We all know that common every day items can be made from pretty crazy stuff, but this handmade dining set might take the cake. When you see what this ceramicist used to create the plates and cups (and when you realize how common it is), you might not eat the same way again! You might not have heard about “bone china,” which are plates and ceramics made with the bone ash of people or animals. Well, it’s a thing, and one amateur ceramacist during a recent obsession, decide to use human remains to create handmade dining sets. Take a look. Using 200 bones (that are bought legally from bone dealers – yup, bone dealers exist), he pulverized them into dust. Then he made the ceramic pieces in traditional fashion. Following that, he covered each piece in a glaze made from the bone powder, then heated them in a 2,400-degree oven. As you can see, the strange ingredient resulted in a beautiful, bluish shine. Almost what you would expect from something made from bones… The artist called it the ‘Nourish’ series and threw a dinner party to commemorate the completion of the pieces. Not only were the guests cool with the method, but they demanded that the artist make them pieces in a similar fashion. Now, the artist, Justin Crowe, has a full-fledged business on his hands! People are drawn to the idea of having an interactive relationship with the remains of their loved ones. They seem to find it more “sweet” than “creepy.” So now Justin has a number of items for sale on his website, including mugs and jewelry, all of which can be made from loved ones’ remains. Think you’re in the market for a piece like these?