Esoteric jewelry inspired by the occult and the gothic culture

Jewelry

We propose you pagan jewelry, inspired by nature, occultism and gothic culture. Every jewelry of our brand is totally handmade from high quality pewter and natural gemstones. No mass production here! Everything is handmade in our small french studio, with passion and ethic.

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Pentagram and tree of life pendant "The witches tree of life"

From Price €41.00

This pendant combines the symbol of the pentagram, which represents the union of the spirit with the elements (water, earth, air and fire), with the tree oflife, symbol of life and balance between materiality and spirituality. It is decorated with a gemstone cabochon that you can choose via the drop-down menu. -Fine pewter pure at 97% (hypoallergenic)...

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Tree of life pendant "Yggdrasil Mysteries"

From Price €34.00

This pendant represents Yggdrasil, the world tree of the nothern mythology. Here, it is surrounded with runes, with a moon crescent as the symbol of the world of Gods, and with a crow skull, as the symbol of the world of the dead. - High quality pewter, 97% pure and hypoallergenic - Natural gemstones that you can choose via the drop-down menu - Handmade -...

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"Ivyana Faorelia" triquetra pendant

From Price €26.00

This pewter pendant, which represents a celtic knot surrounded with ivy leaves, is decorated with a natural gemstone of 6 mm. Several gemstones are available. Size of the celtic knot: 2,5 x 2,1 cm Length of the chain: 46 cm or 60 cm, according to your choice. Crafter: The Witching Hour

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Celtic triquetra pendant "Avalon"

From Price €27.00

This triquetra pendant is adorned with a natural gemstone of 6 mm that you can choose via the drop down menu. The triquetra is a Celtic symbole used by paganism to represent the triple goddess, but also the elements (earth, air and water), or life, death and rebirth. Christians also used the triquetra as a symbole of trinity. - High quality pewter, pure...