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Beauty That Settles For Nothing And Forgives No One

“I don’t obey rules. They make me disappear. I believe in beauty.
The one that settles for nothing and forgives no one. Beauty as weapon.”
—  Srdjan of  Harem Royal

Harem Royal, steampunk jewelry

pictured above:
three options of Femme Fatale ‘Spike’ Pendants available from this fascinating
artisan’s line of “Deadly Gorgeous Glam Goth, Avant Garde Victorian Steampunk
and Vampire Black Forest Taxidermy.”

AYA pendant by Harem Royal

My favorite of the trio is AYA—which reminds me of a crescent moon that’s been
captured during its lunar cycle and worn as a trophy.  Inevitably, the symbol of the
White Moon also comes to mind, contrary to the fact that
this configuration presents an inverse.

Rather than risk unintentional negative connotations, here’s a bit of good news
instead: the price point.  Each pendant consists of 22K gold plated copper parts
with a rough and soft finish, and is made-to-order (hence, no two are
exactly alike)…

The damage due? A far-from-painful 21 bones.

Incidentally, as I’ve been heavy on the window shopping these days: for those of you
who might have seen my post “Stirring the Cauldron of Commerce” an aesthetic
companion piece to the cryptic and controversial milieu known as Witch House,
among other monikers—my promise to share further retail temptations, including

Resplendent Fineries for Gentlemen

has been kept.  Those enchanting items can be found  H E R E , while
more recent finds on the †‡†‡† Gen Hex †‡†‡† tip  await
beneath the cut

Sarchar Cross Crew Knit, Uncommon Creatures

the Sarchar Cross Crew Knit from Uncommon Creatures

Backstage Clothing‘s Backtrack Top

Uncommon Creatures, Hol Hat

The Hol Hat by Uncommon Creatures

(What, you thought I’d post a pointy-tip?  Witch, please…)

Sally Lapointe, triangle clutch, trianglecore


a lá  Black Leather Clutch

2 Comment

  1. As someone who has studied silversmithing and precious metal jewellerymaking, i am always dismayed when crafters plate copper with gold or sterling silver. It totally devalues the gold and silver as copper is soft it intergrates into the other metal and destroys what value the precious metal had. Might as well paint the copper with silver paint, its about worth the same in the end.

    such a shame as the designs are beautiful. But the price if meant to convey the cost of the gold…isnt worth it.

  2. those spike pendants = effin’ sweet. also loving the print on the backtrack top – wish I could just order the fabric!! xx