A fragment of the John Lennon tooth that was auctioned off last fall will become part of a work of art, the Edmonton Sun reports. The tooth’s winning bidder gave a small piece of the molar to his sister to use in a clay sculpture she was making in the Beatles legend’s likeness.

The tooth, which had been in the family of John Lennon’s former housekeeper for years, went to auction last November in Stockport, England. It was purchased for more than $32,000 by Michael Zuk, a dentist from Alberta who says he suggested that his sister use a fragment of the tooth in a work of art. READ MORE

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Canadian Artist Uses John Lennon Tooth Fragment in Sculpture was originally published on mycolumbusjack.com

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