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.
Dark spirits may conceal themselves as the Man in The Moon.
A giant polished pewter crescent moon with the pierced profile of an austere skull, which wraps around the outside of the ear from top to bottom, secured with a regular ear-post through the lobe, in stainless steel.
"True hope is swift, and flies with swallow's wings" as the future Henry VII upholds in Shakespeare's 'King Richard III', making miracles a reality.
An antiqued pewter ear-wrap of a feathered wing supported by vintage mechanical engineering including cogs and gear rack - can be gently squeezed to comfortably fit your own profile; fastened at the lobe with one surgical steel ear-post.