Time, the cycles of life and the heavens are inextricably linked for eternity. The trinity of waxing, full and waning moons represent the three stages of the feminine life cycle - youth, fertility and wisdom. The Triple Goddess of Wicca presides; the face of time is the Mother, the full moon, with the crystal-studded waxing and waning crescents symbolising the Maiden and the Crone.
A stunning time piece perfect for any occasion!
A chain wristwatch in the form of the triple moon, with the moon's two crescents each set with three clear Swarovski crystals
On a doubled curb chain, 6" (16cm) in diameter plus a 35mm extender chain with lobster claw fastener.
An elegant detailed bracelet for the true romantic.
Left alone untamed, the cruel and unruly brambles may bind and restrain their possessor, before exposing them to their trinity of mysterious and beautiful jet-coloured blooms - a portent of love from the shadows.
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.
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.
A talismanic magic tablet device for assisting in the achievement of the the alchemist's magnum opus, the 'great work', incorporating sigils of the principle constituents required for alchemical transmutation; sun, moon, spirit, salt, sulphur and mercury, and a Solomon's Seal formed by the unity of the four elements engraved upon its natural black onyx focal disc.
Framed upon the occultist's pentagram, 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.