Inspired by Classic Victorian Design
From the fearless pioneer of struts & wires aerial daring-do, a badge of honour and technical ability; a rare and wondrous bestowal from the famed hero of early, roaring skies. This brown leather strap features an ornately cast two-tone pewter wing. The leather strap is sold as one size, with three different adjustable size options.
Inspired by Classic Victorian Design
Level mountains in a single blow, with the potent, "Mjollnir of the Modern Age!" of pewter. What mountains do you need to crush today? What tasks seem insurmountable? Wear this cuff inspired by Norse god Thor's Mjollnir, and get the job done! In Norse mythology Mjollnir is the heavy hammer of Thor, one of the gods associated with thunder. Mjollnir was feared for it was mighty enough to level mountains, when thrown would never miss its mark, and would find its way back to Thor. It's special properties included making itself whatever size was needed - large enough for mountain pounding or small enough to carry.
Inspired by Victorian Design
Early scientific instrumental band for controlling moonlight wavelength emulations; in antiqued pewter and solid brass. Adjustable cuff bracelet pretty enough for gals and handsome enough for guys.
Inspired by Victorian Design
The perfect, miniature 13-hour Lunar-time, Victorian era fob watch, inscribed with 'Hora Morti' - the 'Hour of Death'. A pair of pewter cuff links of a Victorian pocket watch with a printed and enamelled 13-hour watch face; with swivel bar fittings. Watch face is not an actual functioning timepiece
Clavitraction Wire Earrings Inspired by Victorian Style
The archetypal reflection of steampunk ethos; a combined, mechanistic cog of retro industrial progress with a key of intricate, clockwork precision.
Industrilobe Cogwheel Stud Earrings, Inspired by Victorian Style
The quintessential cogwheel, personifying the dynamic industrial and intellectual progress of the pre-eminent civilizations. A pair of robust, but fine pewter cogwheel ear studs, on surgical steel posts and plastic scrolls.
Inspired by Victorian Design
The perfect miniature, 13-hour Lunar time fob watch and its accoutrements from the Victorian era, ingeniously cuffed and pinned around the fortunate dandy's ear.
Inscribed with 'Hora Morti' - the 'Hour of Death', and on the cuff the Latin phrase reads 'Tempus Fugit, Tempus Moritur' - 'Time Flies, Time Dies'.
Uncle Albert knows there are 13 lunar months to the year . . .A miniature pocket watch pewter stud with glazed dial, chained to a pewter cuff, and hanging from the fine albert chain are a clockwork key and a bronzed shield fob.
Inspired by Classic Scientific Instrument Design
Working miniature of Circa 18th instrument to measure the direct path of destiny between specified heavenly bodies; pewter and brass.
Inspired by Victorian Design
Level mountains in a single blow, with the potent, "Mjollnir of the Modern Age!" of fine English pewter. What mountains do you need to crush today? What tasks seem insurmountable? Wear this pendant, inspired by Norse god Thor's Mjollnir, and get the job done! In Norse mythology Mjollnir is the heavy hammer of Thor, one of the gods associated with thunder. Mjollnir was feared for it was mighty enough to level mountains, when thrown would never miss its mark, and would find its way back to Thor. It's special properties included making itself whatever size was needed - large enough for mountain pounding or small enough to carry.
Inspired by Victorian Style:
A Victorian mad man's dream, or a futuristic creation of great ambition and genius? A monstrous, though benevolent, steam-powered mechanical dragon of frightening proportions, represents the might of industrial progress.
Inspired by Victorian Scientific Instruments
Obviously, a secure launch key from a highly advanced travel-machine, with its mechanical and coded seven-lever bit.
Inspired by Victorian Scientific Tools
One vital part of Dr. Von Rosenstein's awesome 18th century, Post Mortem Cognitive Transfer technology apparatus, an authentic reproduction of the indispensable key to the induction matrix.
A truly stunning apparatus of rare mid-Victorian invention, measuring the decay of time using Carnot's second law of thermo dynamics. With the unique, 'Galvanic Scale' dial face and a hinged, magnetic-fastening pressure hatch cover.
A timepiece in the spirit of Telford, the great Georgian engineer, this antiqued pewter 'cast-iron', gearwheel-encrusted neo-gothic framework is mounted on a robust, brown leather strap, which mounts the essential, modern antiquarian's, sepia-toned instrument.
Add a touch of Old Time elegance to any outfit with this cuff bracelet with historical roots.
Inspired by Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester's original motif for the decorative molding above the north entrance to the 16th century Kenilworth Castle, in honor of his great secret love, Elizabeth Rex, alas, censored and never used ...a sparkling symbol of the heart designed to turn heads, a pewter bangle of pierced Elizabethan hearts design, set with three amethyst Swarovski crystal hearts.
A tangled cuff of bloody thorns encrusted with drops of Swarovski crystal, signifying the tormented pains of grievous loss. An elegantly detailed bangle to add drama to any outfit. A polished pewter bangle of tangled thorns, with red Swarovski crystal blood droppers.
The eyes and ears and dark companion of Odin, the majestic raven, wings outstretched, glides alongside its adopted squire offering infinite protection and guidance. A narrow black leather wrist strap with Velcro-adjustment fastening, supporting a black pewter, spread-winged raven with highlighted trailing edge feathers. Inspired by "The Raven" by American writer Edgar Allan Poe.
A rose is for love, but black is the color of doom - a barbed and gaping hole is left, bleeding, where there was once a dark and mysterious romance. A pair of pewter earrings consisting of a fine, foliate heart frame suspended from black pewter rose; with surgical steel ear-posts.
Symbolising one of life's greatest tragedies, a broken heart, these earrings drip with blood red crystals portraying emotional grief. Delicate piece for the romantic at heart. A pair of red enamelled pewter heart studs with three chained Swarovski crystal droppers and surgical steel ear-posts.
Love and Loyalty from the 17th century, traditional Irish symbol - the heart for love and the crown for loyalty. Skulls added.
Add a touch of Old Time elegance to any outfit with these amethyst earrings with historical roots.
A gentleman's sentiment. A symbol of a condemned and secret love from the age of Shakespeare. A pair of small, pewter, trefoil frame ear studs and amethyst Swarovski crystal heart droppers; surgical steel ear posts.
Inspired by Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester's great secret love, Elizabeth Rex, alas, censored and never used ...
Passion exudes as the Swarovski crystals sparkle just beneath the surface of the clear, blood red enamel. A discreet sparkling piece for the romantic at heart. A pair of clear red enamelled pewter heart studs with Swarovski crystals set just beneath the surface.
The mysterious chance visit of a raven is witness to a forlorn young lover’s desperate search for reason and hope, following the tragic loss of his beloved. Alchemy’s rendition of American writer's Edgar Allan Poe’s 1845 poetry masterpiece, The Raven. Composed of fine English pewter, raven skulls drop from post setting with Tanzanite Swarovski crystals.
Inspired by the Myth and Power of The Raven
Dark and sultry companions make sure your admirers do not underestimate your character. These are Odin's children, protecting their appointed territory. The Raven was made infamous by Edgar Allan Poe's, "Nevermore." The Raven also plays an important role in Native American culture, including the Pacific Northwest Coast.
A pair of small, black pewter raven droppers on surgical steel ear-wires.
The Raven also known as "Rabeschadel" Earring
"Rabeschadel" is German for "raven's skull"; the great black birds are famous for their prophetic powers and, as the eyes and ears of Odin, can foretell the future. Famous also for their protective powers, for example, in Middle Ages' Christian tradition, even the body of the martyred St. Vincent was forever preserved from desecration by a vigilant raven guard. Or perhaps you know of the raven from American writer Edgar Allan Poe's poem, The Raven.
A pair of authentically detailed miniature raven's skulls in polished pewter, fitted with surgical steel ear-posts.
What is a "Black Swan Event?" It was long believed that black swans did not exist - then it was discovered that there were a small number of black swans. A "Black Swan Event" is one thrown together by time, events and circumstances beyond coincidence - the rarest of all affairs; highly unlikely, impossible to predict and with the most profoundly momentous effect.
A dark romance secretly blossoms from the life blood of a once broken heart; with Swarovski crystals set beneath the red enamel blood. The heart design is found throughout Western fashion design.
The heart is the seedbed of tangled emotions and condemned romance, as black roses flourish in the heart's blood. This magnificant necklace has Swarovski crystals inlaid beneath rose red enamel.
"And my soul from out that shadow that lies floating on the floor
Shall be lifted—nevermore!" -- The Raven
The mysterious chance visit of a raven is witness to a forlorn young lover’s desperate search for reason and hope, following the tragic loss of his beloved. Alchemy’s rendition of American poet Edgar Allan Poe’s 1845 masterpiece, The Raven. Stunning winged pendant suspended on ribbon.
"Rabeschadel" is German for "raven's skull"; the great black birds are famous for their prophetic powers and, as the eyes and ears of Odin can foretell the future. Famous also for their protective powers, for example, in Middle Ages' Christian tradition, even the body of the martyred St. Vincent was forever preserved from desecration by a vigilant raven guard. Or perhaps you know of the raven from American writer Edgar Allan Poe's poem, "The Raven."
A large, authentically detailed raven's skull, in antiqued pewter with hand polished beak, threaded through the eye sockets with a wide black silk neck ribbon. The neck ribbon is 25mm wide by 39 inches long and is fastened by hand-tying.
Beneath the rose, (a revered symbol of secrecy for many hundreds of years), there may just lie a malevolent draught of toxin for the subtle elimination of traitorous imposters.
A pewter poison ring with a specially accessed secret compartment underneath the black resin rose; it is not a hinge! The sprung top must be lifted between finger and thumb and then swiveled round to one side.
The heart design is found throughout great Western design. Here it is interwined with roses. Hiding a wealth of tangled emotions and a complex romance, the sparkling roses flourish within the heart's blood, surrounded by the black roses of this intoxicating bangle watch, with Swarovski crystals glittering from beneath the bright red enamel.
Red heart & roses bangle-bracelet wristwatch, with black roses and the enamelled heart set with Swarovski crystals; 25mm diameter. quartz crystal movement. An arresting timepiece for the hardcore romantic.
The heart, the seat of all life, emotion, affection and love and the source of the soul, epitomised by the miraculous raising of Lazarus, four days after his death: "I am the resurrection, and the life”.
Professor Stromgrave's patent celestial chronometer, mapping the forces that govern the passing of eternity. Battery operated desk clock.
Pendleton Pony Collection Zip top bucket tote with side pockets. Cow hide is accented with smooth vegetable tanned genuine leather and leather whipstitching. Back of the bag has a open pocket. Inside has a zipper compartment and open pouches. Each handbag includes a protective storage bag. Each piece is made by hand, one at a time.
Guns & Roses Concealed Carry: Firearm Insert Kit
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