Provocative waist cinching, from elegant Victorian high fashion to goth and fetish chic, applied now to the sensual wrist.
A pewter bracelet made in two halves, fashioned as a fancy, Victorian boned corset laced together at the back with a black elastic and tightened and adjusted at the front with black satin ribbon with a purple crystal heart slide fastener.
Charles Baudelaire, Paris' celebrated C19th 'gothic' poet and visionary, translator of Edgar Allan Poe and champion of the supernaturally creative powers of absinthe, percolates from the essence of the green fairy.
An elegant bangle suitable for the gothic ballroom
A bold, absinthe-inspired, Art Nouveau style 'green fairy' polished pewter bangle, with Austrian crystal.
Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester's original design for the tracery moulding frieze above the north entrance to the 16th century Kenilworth Castle, for his great secret love, Elizabeth Rex, alas, never used... Encrusted now with Swarovski crystal hearts.
"Let God arise and His enemies be scattered"; 'Nachash', the serpent was the embodiment of wicked power from the underworld, as evidenced in the Garden of Eden, however, the serpent conversely became a symbol of fertility, healing and life and, especially green, represented love and sexual desire.
A statement ring that would site perfectly on any finger!
An easily adjustable pewter ring of a coiled serpent, with a green Austrian crystal set into its head.
Inspired by Eliphas Levi's portrait and representation of the dualist, goat-headed deity symbolising the balance in everything, and notoriously known as the heretical subject of worship of the Knights Templar, in 1307 leading to their persecution and ultimately, their Friday 13'th downfall.