Saturday, May 19, 2012

Gothic Innocence Jewelry Review

With an emphasis on both simplicity and innocence, Gothic Innocence creates beautiful handcrafted jewelry pieces with a combination of Gothic and Fairy themes.

They have many wonderful pieces including lockets, pins and pendants, all of which can be customized with a chosen cameo and selected from a wide range of colors.

When given the opportunity to review one of their pieces, I fell in love with this locket featuring a fairy boy looking at a hummingbird, but the choice was really hard.  I honestly picked this piece because I have two boys, ages 2 and 5, and while they are certainly not as fairy-like, I like to think of them as innocent explorers who are still amazed at the flight of a big fuzzy bumble bee or the hovering hummingbird who visits our lavender bush.  This piece is very special to me because of what it means to me.  In addition, I'm having their pictures done specifically to be added to this locket.

The detailing of the cameo and locket are stunning, and I love the colors and craftsmanship.

With so many beautiful cameos featuring fairies and nature, and so many Gothic pieces with skulls and crossbones or an elegant Gothic Lady, everyone is sure to find some great pieces for themselves or to give as gifts.

I was also really impressed to find out the Gothic Innocence remains as green as possible and recycles in their jewelry-making process.  They also periodically use portions of their proceeds to support charities that  are important to them due to family health problems.

Gothic Innocence   
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Fine creators of Gothic inspired jewelry

Edition Reviewed: Fairy boy and hummingbird cameo locket - Review copy received courtesy of the Gothic Innocence for participation in a Karma Media Campaign, all views and opinions are 100% mine!

*Disclosure: I received a locket for my participation in a Karma Media campaign, all views and opinions are 100% my own.

Reposted from my original blog Wendi's Book Corner ~ Rainy Day Reads (and More) in Seattle, some things may have been edited, originally published May 19, 2012

1 comment:

sue345678 said...

My favorite design is a wonderful ivory fairy kneeling among flowers on a deep green background. It is a 30mm x 40mm cameo.


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