Corroding gearwheels: bewitching, unique graphic designs by Alchemy Studios. Head-turning contact lenses with a unique design A comfortable pair of soft contact lenses, and lasting one year after opening. Made under License.
The decidedly alternative kilt pin, a most freakish jewel, and a strong and distinctly different way to fasten your stuff, from a kilt or a coat to a kit bag or cloak. A large - 3" (75mm) - plated steel kilt pin, with an antiqued pewter, realistic skull encapsulating the pin head.
Against the warm, pearlescent moonlight backdrop, a vanguard of silently flitting pipistrelli minaciously cavort together in the sinister twilight. A kilt/lapel pin suspending antiqued pewter charms of flying bats and a Swarovski 'pearl' moon.
Amongst the many essential instruments possessed by a sky-ship officer are those represented here; the mechanical key, lock and pistol. A steampunk style, tri-tone kilt/lapel pin with cog-toothed head, in antique brass finish, suspending fine brass chain and bronzed and pewter charms of a key, a pistol and a padlock.
The perfect, miniature 13-hour Lunar-time, Victorian era fob watch, inscribed with 'Hora Morti' - the 'Hour of Death'. A pair of pewter cuff links of a Victorian pocket watch with a printed and enamelled 13-hour watch face; with swivel bar fittings.
A tiny, Hans Memling-style, void and forlorn human skull, as if taken from his "Vanitas' memento mori triptych; in a pack of three pins with protective end caps. Three gothic pins to discreetly accessorise Three identical dress pins tipped with a small, pewter skull.
Originally invented to aid in the early development of plasma lighting and believed to be the first optical device to successfully filter polarised light waves, (however, the striated glass element has, sadly, been lost). A distinctive take on the vintage monocle - a must for steampunk enthusiasts
A farrago of clockwork confusion, a masterly and stylish symbol of the times, and of the infinite possibilities for pioneers of the new age. A detailed accessory for the steampunk enthusiast A single, sprung steel, gunmetal coloured sleeve band, with two-tone pewter key and cogs motif badge.
Remake of the original 1994 tour pin of the 3D sculpted heads from the Division Bell album cover; antiqued English pewter pin badge with 2 x clutch pins.