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.
The intricate skills of the Norsemen jewel-smiths are invoked here with the precision, miniature Thor's hammer bearing the runic inscription 'Thor', and its stylised shackled cuff inscribed with the runic word 'Donner', translating as 'thunder'.
A pewter rune-band cuff for the upper ear, chained to a Thor's hammer stud with surgical steel ear-post.
The cuff is gently squeezed together to slightly pinch around the ear.