One of my recent blog discoveries is littlebearwolf, and after a bit of a chin-wag over Twitter she's now one of my new favourite people in general. I love it when that happens.
A couple of weeks ago littlebearwolf (It can't just be me that thinks of bloggers by their blog name..) mentioned that being so busy recently she felt a bit uninspired in the jewellery department. As a jewellery obsessive and an aspiring do-gooder I offered to have a look. It was just a happy coincidence that I get to blog about it too.
Clockwise from top left:
Amethyst druzy necklaces - Empty Casket
Wolf moon necklace - Cheap Frills
Silver head piece - Little Teacup
Cocoa circle ring - Gemleys
My jewellery shopping list had to include the following: "The Craft meets Clueless meets affordable vintage gypsy celtic, with a witchy mythical twist."
I started at Empty Casket. It's got to be my favourite online jewellery shop and ticks just about all the boxes on littlebearwolf's wish list. I picked the amethyst druzy necklace because the stone, which can be loosely translated as 'without drunkenness' in Greek, is said to protect and promote clarity and calmness. That's mythical covered.
The Cheap Frills wolf moon necklace is pretty self explanatory for a littlebearwolf..
I had to include this head chain from Little Teacup. Not only is this one of the most affordable online jewellery shops out there (I'm talking pocket money, people..) but it's something a little bit unique. (And that's very littlebearwolf..)
This ring from Gemleys has a really unusual stone. It's something I've not really seen before. It's probably at the pricier end of all the items I've chosen, but is so unique that I think it's worth the investment. Also, there's this funny little thing called Christmas coming up too..
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