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Unique Skull Jewelry (1)

In Accessories, Necklaces, Rings on May 6, 2011 at 9:24 am

Skull jewelry is a weird stuff??? …C’mon!!! Definitely not for me!!!

Jewelry reflects our personality. If you are tough and bold by nature, then skull jewelry is perfect for you. You can make a stand out statement only by wearing unique skull jewelry.

Skull rings are one of the hottest trends in skull jewelry, because it could add attitude by itself to any outfit. Such a skull ring worn was also spotted on famous celebrities, Angelina Jolie and Paris Hilton.

For those of you, who are inspired by high-end fashion, can choose skull crossbones jewelry. Whatever others will say, I always consider it as a symbol of good luck and fortune.

Above is Ed Hardy inspired Love Kills Slowly black crystal skull ring. I bought it a few years ago. Trendy, right?!

My flower skull ring is beautiful also. Black enamel skull decorated with colorful flowers makes it super quirky.

Then you can see my silver crystal skull necklace, got it while I was in China. Still one of my favourite necklaces until today.

I still have a lot of skull jewelries, but doesn’t have time yet to take pictures. Will post it later 🙂

Antique Vintage Inspired Resin Necklaces

In Accessories, Necklaces on May 6, 2011 at 8:38 am

This blue pink translucent pendant is made of resin and it includes gold moss. Perfect for the stylish woman who wants something extraordinary and distinctive.

Still made of resin and includes gold moss on it. The resin mandala cabochon is placed on a gold bezel pendant. Imagine how gorgeous this necklace would look on spring season. You can also dress it down, by wearing it peeking out from the neckline of a white tailored men’s shirt paired with your favorite jeans.

Charming Owl Rings

In Accessories, Rings on May 4, 2011 at 7:41 am

There are many, many more legends concerning the owl. The reality is that owls are very helpful to us as they are excellent at pest control.

In many cultures, owls signal an underworld or serve to represent human spirits after death; in other cultures, owls represent supportive spirit helpers and allow humans to connect with or utilize their supernatural powers. In many cultures owls were symbols of magic.

In England, it was believed that if you cooked an owl’s eggs until they were ash, it could be used as a potion to improve eyesight. In India, if you ate an owl’s eyes you would get the same result.

Anyway, that’s a short introduction about owl. Now let’s take a look at these owl rings I’ve bought yesterday:

Pretty, aren’t they? I gazed a gazely stare when I looked at them, can’t decide which one is the prettiest, and I don’t want to regret. So better to buy all of them 🙂

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