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All of Alchemy England's pewter products are individually designed, modeled and developed in England by the Alchemy Studios creative art and design team. Each individual product is then hand-made with pride from the finest English Pewter by Alchemy's own highly skilled craftsmen, all at their studios and workshops in Leicester, England.
Unusual, early but very highly efficient power generator to augment the energy demands of Victorian hi-tech gadgets. An apparently simple yet heavily detailed signature piece A two-tone pewter band ring with bronzed simulated winding around the centre.Ring Size Guide
The pearly full moon flanked by the waxing and waning crescents symbolise the Triple Goddess of Wicca; the Maiden, the Mother and the Crone. A delicate, antiqued pewter triple moon ring set with a central, mother of pearl cabochon full moon, on split shank.Ring Size Guide
Intoned with outrageous Crowleyan symbolism and ritual Pagan intent, this primeval totem marks the wearer as fundamentally mysterious. A pewter fake stretcher stud piercing, in the form of an antiqued, gnarled and twisted ram's horn. The end cap, with a standard surgical steel post, is in the form of a pentagram disc.
A fortifying talisman to for the warrior spirit; Nordic runes recite the mantra, 'Poetry is in Battle'. An authentic piece for the metal warrior A convex, pewter rune-band ring with deep-cut runic letters.Ring Size Guide
The alpha male's seal of success; the two bindrunes are made from the runes, Uruz and Teiwaz for the fighting strength of a warrior, and Inguz and Gebo for a virile union and partnership. A simple band with a powerful inscription A pewter, Viking knotwork band ring, with bindrune iconography.Ring Size Guide
Betokening the lady's special, hidden sanctuary where she may enchant, charm and engage the object of her desires, in a heartfelt pledge of faith. An antique pink, Swarovski cut crystal heart, set in on Mediaeval-style pewter finger ring, decorated with wild roses.Ring Size Guide
From ancient Greek philosophy, the Ouroboros, a snake-serpent eating its own tail, is the Gnostic symbol of eternity, rebirth and the unity of everything, representing both the sun and soul of the world. A pewter Ouroboros ring of a serpent swallowing its own tail, and with Swarovski crystal-set eyes.Ring Size Guide