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    Still in love with my Ann feather necklace, after all these years..




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    did someone say K/LLER COLLECTION ??

    my personal k/ller piece: double stalactite cuff.
    so simple yet strong...
    so potentially painful.......

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    rima hyena is a designer based out of austin, texas.

    though i'm posting in the "women's jewelry" thread, most of her work is unisex.

    she hand casts in bronze and sterling silver, often working with mythological and alchemic themes, as well as symbols that draw from her own personal experiences and nature.

    these iphone photos do not do the pieces justice but give an idea of her style...(and this is just a very small sample of the range of her work !). here i have a cast bronze pelvis (it functions as a ring but i've also seen it as part of a necklace), a bronze barn rat skull on a silver 30in cable chain, and an anatomical heart charm (my personal favorite).






    she also makes her own chains. here i'm wearing 2 of her chains (one 24in curb with one of the anatomical heart charms, one 30in curb with my own ring), both oxidized silver. i apologize for the poor photo quality, i'll try to replace with a better one soon.

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    It seems that there's been a bit of a renaissance with bone/skull/occult inspired jewellery... interesting how different jewellers interpret the themes!

    One of my favourite occult themed jewellers is a local artist, Julia Deville. She is also a qualified taxidermist (and staunch vegan so all the animals she works with died by natural causes).













    Julia also does a lot of Memento Mori jewellery. Her work is ingrained with a soft femininity that really appeals to me.

    I've often thought about including some of these themes in my own jewellery but I don't think at this time I could do it in my own voice.
    some do it fast, some do it better in smaller amounts.

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    Does anyone have a Shaun Leane hookup for women's jewelry?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faust View Post
    Does anyone have a Shaun Leane hookup for women's jewelry?
    Oh god that'd be something.


    Here's some more jewellery by Dreams of Norway...


    Feather Ear Cuff


    Black Stone Ring
    some do it fast, some do it better in smaller amounts.

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    Oh another lovely label... BJØRG Jewellery.





    some do it fast, some do it better in smaller amounts.

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    Cartier's Mini Baignoire watch for women:

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    i make most of the jewelry i wear (which also makes it that much harder to buy jewelry when you know the markup they put on pure cost/labor/values..but that's another story/businesses need to survive)



    still my favorite piece i've made from 2008

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    Any suggestions for a pair of nice earrings? Thanks for any inputs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skullkid View Post
    Any suggestions for a pair of nice earrings? Thanks for any inputs!
    A bit too general of a question for a good recommendation, but i'd say Shaun Leane is a good start.

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    Just wondering what you guys think of this necklace? I saved the picture, but can't remember where it's from :( Let me know if you've seen it around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexaShineeee View Post
    Just wondering what you guys think of this necklace? I saved the picture, but can't remember where it's from :( Let me know if you've seen it around.
    If you're ever unsure of where you found a product, you can google search the image with pretty reliable results. Here's a link to the retailer you're looking for.

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    I am pretty sure the above is cleverly disguised spam attempt.
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    Thank you so much, Aurum! :D I managed to do the google thing, it's a nice trick...I'm sorry if you thought so, Faust, I can delete the post if you'd like

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    Well, maybe not :-)
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    Cross-posting from the men's jewelry because she makes more women's than men's.

    Black gold and onyx ring from one of my favorite jewelry brands right now. Diaboli Kill.

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    Thanks for the heads up, Ahimsa. Got my fiancée some killer pieces. There is even a lot on sale, currently, on their website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    Thanks for the heads up, Ahimsa. Got my fiancée some killer pieces. There is even a lot on sale, currently, on their website.
    So glad you like her work! The designer is one of the sweetest people ever.

    I like to view her work as dark luxury.

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