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8.16.11. jewellery,jewelry,necklace,pendant,steampunk,

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geekymerch:

(via Golden Snitch Locket Necklace and Snitch Earrings by WeirdlyCute)

geekymerch:

(via Golden Snitch Locket Necklace and Snitch Earrings by WeirdlyCute)

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7.26.11. steampunk,jewelry,wings,pendant,necklace,earrings,

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7.19.11. pendant,steampunk,jewelry,lock,

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7.19.11. jewelry,steampunk,pendant,necklack,

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luthienthye:

beautiful piece …

luthienthye:

beautiful piece …

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7.12.11. steampunk,ship,pocket watch,pendant,

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reaction-designs-metalwork:

“Space Earth Containment Unit” - This  is an entirely hand fabricated housing for a blastoid fragment from a  meteor that exploded over Texas in 1909. Aside from the fact that it is  from space, it is over a hundred Earth years old! Composed of Brass and  Copper with a custom made plexiglass dome to protect the fragment, this  is the only housing I have ever built for something that is not from  this planet! I know what you’re thinking ” if it came from space, it  isn’t technically Earth.” Must you ruin everything?Comes on an 18” adjustable brass chain.

reaction-designs-metalwork:

“Space Earth Containment Unit” - This is an entirely hand fabricated housing for a blastoid fragment from a meteor that exploded over Texas in 1909. Aside from the fact that it is from space, it is over a hundred Earth years old! Composed of Brass and Copper with a custom made plexiglass dome to protect the fragment, this is the only housing I have ever built for something that is not from this planet! I know what you’re thinking ” if it came from space, it isn’t technically Earth.” Must you ruin everything?

Comes on an 18” adjustable brass chain.

7.12.11. steampunk,jewelry,pendant,

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reaction-designs-metalwork:

This piece was conceived after a lengthy conversation with my grandfather. We were discussing life and mortality after a family funeral. He sad ” a man just knows when his batteries are running out, and it’s then that the moments in his life are all the more precious.” I remember thinking how odd it was that he used an interchangeable power source like batteries to describe the life force of a a human being. Something we cannot replenish or change. I smiled to myself and thought ” well what if we could just change the batteries?” What if we could just replace the energy of someone that we loved so dearly and have come to rely on for wisdom and guidance? How wonderful would it be to be able to continue our lives uninterrupted by sickness or death? So I made a pendant that gives us a place to check and change those ever so important batteries. The paradox that you encounter with this of course is that if we are effectively immortal and can select the time and circumstances that we let our batteries run out for good. Do you still appreciate the moments that you have?

This is entirely hand fabricated out of Titanium, Sterling Silver, Reticulation Silver and Brass. This is a completely unique, one of a kind pendant that is as beautiful to display as it is to wear. It will undoubtedly spark conversations and debates about life for years to come.

http://www.etsy.com/listing/72011813/human-battery-box

Such a beautiful piece. And the best part about steampunk art is that every piece has a story.

7.12.11. steampunk,pendant,jewelry,batteries,awesomeness,

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