In Roman mythology, Sylvanus is spirit god of the woods. The ornately baroque, twisting and scrolling floral ear-covering is supported by a chain to a separate section hooked on at the top of the ear.
Nocturnal stirrings, returning from the grave in search of a lost lover, the creature roams. Stories of revenant life consumed the world of 18th century Europe, with Goethe voicing the unspeakable...
A horrendously creepy intrusion, being enveloped by overwhelmingly powerful and limber tentacles from the deep. A monsterous piece to make you stand out from the crowd Faux-stretch piercing pewter octopus tentacle ear-wrap with surgical steel ear-post. For the left ear.
Only you can know the genuine poetic tragedy of a bleeding heart. A romantic decoration for the dark-hearted Two-tone black and polished pewter roses wrapping around the ear, with crystals set beneath the heart's blood red enamel dropper; surgical steel ear-post. For the left ear.
In a timeless scenario of bestial supremacy, the writhing dragon flaunts its crystal treasure with dramatically outstretched wings. An elegant piece for the dark hearted A highly animated pewter dragon faux-piecing wraps about the ear, clutching a suspended Swarovski crystal dropper. For the right ear.
The perfect miniature, 13-hour Lunar time fob watch and its accoutrements from the Victorian era, ingeniously cuffed and pinned around the fortunate dandy's ear. Inscribed with 'Hora Morti' - the 'Hour of Death', and on the cuff the Latin phrase reads 'Tempus Fugit, Tempus Moritur' - 'Time Flies, Time Dies'. Uncle Albert knows there are 13 lunar months...
Like a personal tutelary, ready to impart its supernatural intelligence to its master and invoking uncanny powers of protection, the black raven raffishly embraces the ear of its owner. The black wings and head of a pewter raven are visible as they wrap around the outside of the left ear.