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~Heavenly Jewelry and Smithing~
~Heavenly Jewelry and Smithing~
Greetings, my name is Heather, and I'm a Master Jeweler and an aspiring Master Smith. In this location I will be presenting all of the items I can craft along with prices and details. Should there be something that is not shown, please contact me and I'll do my very best to deliver it into existence.
Without further ado, I give you Heavenly Jewelry and Smithing.
~ Heather Darensbourg Hart
Each material is priced by grams and carats. New materials will constantly be included as I receive them. If you provide your own materials, I will only charge a small service fee of ten florins. I remain ready barter with you to achieve a lower your price if needed. Please do not be afraid to ask!
Jewelers In Partnership: Jewelers on this list are those I have a business agreement with and or are within my guild. They have the authority to use any materials on my list.
- Miss Bia
- Mister Gus
4F Brass, 43.5 grams outstanding quality
4F Bronze, 70 grams unsurpassed quality
4F Copper, 20 grams unsurpassed quality
4F Iron, 20 grams unsurpassed quality
4F Lead, 5 grams unsurpassed quality
4F Tin, 20 grams unsurpassed quality
10F Bright Tin, 10.5 grams unsurpassed quality
10F Soft Bronze, 51 grams unsurpassed quality
20F Blackened Bronze, 25 grams unsurpassed quality
20F Dark Iron, 10 grams unsurpassed quality
20F Pewter, 24 grams unsurpassed quality
30F Polished Pewter, 23 grams unsurpassed quality
30F Sterling Silver, 29.5 grams unsurpassed quality
40F Brilliant Silver, 25 grams outstanding quality
40F Fine Silver, 5 grams poor quality
40F Polished Silver, 14 grams very good quality
50F Burnished Silver, 0.5 grams unsurpassed quality
50F Ivory, 15 grams magnificent quality
50F Ivory Myr Horn, 40 grams exceptional quality
50F Shadowy Silver, 20.5 grams superb quality
80F Blued Steel, 7 grams average quality
80F Metallic Gold, 5 grams outstanding quality
80F Pristine Silvery Rhodium, 0.5 grams average quality
80F Silver-White Rhodium, 5 grams average quality
80F Silvery Polished Steel, 24 grams very good quality
100F Black Damascus Steel, 13.5 grams very good quality
100F Bronzed Hardened Steel, 15 grams average quality
100F Koro Horn, 30 grams good quality
100F Multi-Hued Anodized Steel, 5 grams outstanding quality
100F Vivid White Palladium, 10.5 grams magnificent quality
100F White Damascus Steel, 15 grams good quality
120F Vivid Gold, 11.5 grams average quality
120F White Gold, 20.5 grams unsurpassed quality
150F Antiquated Orichalcum, 5 grams unsurpassed quality
150F Fiery Copper, 5 grams unsurpassed quality
150F Filigreed Gold, 8 grams unsurpassed quality
150F Flawless Platinum, 15 grams unsurpassed quality
150F Old Gold, 5 grams unsurpassed quality
150F Rose Gold, 1.5 grams unsurpassed quality
10D Spotted Keyhole Shell, 1 carat
40F Pink Coral, 3 carats bad quality
50F Bronze Topaz, 3 carats outstanding quality
50F Celestine, 4 carats average quality
50F Citrine, 5 carats unsurpassed quality
50F Fine Tourmaline, 5 carats exceptional quality
50F Gray Topaz, 7 carats outstanding quality
50F Pale Peridot, 3 carats superb quality
50F Prasiolite, 4 carats average quality
50F Quartz, 5 carats outstanding quality
50F Rose Quartz, 10 carats unsurpassed quality
50F Smokey Quartz, 5 carats magnificent quality
50F Topaz, 7 carats exceptional quality
80F Gold Flecked Verdigris glass, 8 carats magnificent quality
80F Iridescent Red Aurora Glass, 2 carats magnificent quality
80F Lavender Rose Smoked Glass, 2 carats unsurpassed quality
80F Rainbow-Hued Aurora Glass, 10 carats exceptional quality
80F Rose Red Frosted Glass, 1 carat good quality
80F Royal Blue Crackle Glass, 6 carats unsurpassed quality
80F Seafoam Green Glass, 3 carats exceptional quality
80F Soft Blue Frosted Glass, 2 carats unsurpassed quality
80F Translucent Silver Crackle Glass, 1 carat superb quality
80F Vibrant Violet Aurora Glass, 4 carats outstanding quality
150F Bright Golden Pyrite, 4 carats unsurpassed quality
150F Brilliant Green Emerald, 4 carats superb quality
150F Cat's Eye Aquamarine, 5 carats unsurpassed quality
150F Crystalline Blue Sapphire, 7 carats unsurpassed quality
150F Deep Cerulean Sapphire, 5 carats superb quality
150F Deep Red Ruby, 5 carats unsurpassed quality
150F Gleaming Catseye Emerald, 5 carats unsurpassed quality
150F Pale Lavender Amethyst, 9 carats good quality
150F Royal Blue Sapphire, 5 carats superb quality
150F Sky Blue Sapphire, 5 carats superb quality
150F Translucent Blue-Green Emerald, 4 carats very good quality
150F Vibrant Aquamarine, 2 carats exceptional quality
150F Vivid Aubergine Amethyst, 5 carats unsurpassed quality
150F White-Violet Chevron Amethyst, 5 carats superb quality
200F Akoman Jasper, 5 carats average quality
200F Black Akoman Sapphire, 5 carats average quality
200F Blush Pink Diamond, 5 carats average quality
200F Fiery Jasper, 5 carats unsurpassed quality
200F Flawless White Diamond, 2 carats average quality
200F Sanguine Red Bloodstone, 2 carats terrible quality
200F Violet Diamond, 3 carats bad quality
200F White Akoman Sapphire, 4 carats unsurpassed quality
250F Champagne Pearl, 4 carats bad quality
250F White Dove Pearl, 4 carats very good quality
250F White Pearl, 3 carats terrible quality
300F Midnight Purple Akoman Amethyst, 5 carats average quality
300F Shadow-Veined Serpentine, 9 carats unsurpassed quality
Baguette, barion, barrel, bead, briolette, button, cabochon button, checkerboard, circular, crescent-shaped, cross-cut, cube-cut, cushion-cut, dragon cut, emerald-cut, faceted, faceted button, fish, flower, gem charm, handful gems, heart, hexagonal, lentil-cabochon, lotus-shaped, marquise, moon-shaped, octagonal, ovaline, parabolic, pear, princess-cut, radiant, rectangular, rose-shaped, round, shield-cut, snowflake, sphere, spiral-shaped, square, star-cut, starburst, step-cut, teardrop, triangular, and trilliant.
Angel, ape, armadillo, badger, ballerina, bear, bell, boar, book, bull, bumblebee, butterfly, caduceus, carnation, cat, cauldron, cicada, cloud, comhach, cow, destrier, dog, dragon, dragonfly, eagle, fairy, falcon, feather, ferret, fish, fox, goat, gorath, hammer, heart, helloise, horse, horseshoe, jeweler, kestrel, ladybug, leprechaun, life tree, lion, lioness, lutara, mermaid, mink, monkey, moon, mouse, owl, pegasus, polar bear, porcupine, rabbit, raccoon, ram, rat, rhinoceros, scissors, seashell, shamrock, shark, sheep, skink, skunk, sloth, snail, snake, snowflake, spider, squirrel, star, sun, sword, teacup, teapot, tiger, tower, unicorn, windmill, wolf, and wolverine.
Anchor, apple blossom, arabesque, autumn leaf, bud, butterfly, celestial, circle, claw, cloud, cloudy mountain, constabulary crest, criss-cross, dahlia, daisy, dot, dragon, dragonfly, firefly, fish, fist, flame, fleur-de-lis, flower, foray, geometric, ghost, gorath, heart, hummingbird, idol, jack o' lantern, knot, knotwork, labyrinth, leaf, lily, mountain, orchid, owl, petal, poppy, pumpkin, rapier, rose, shield, ship, skink, skull, skull and crossbone, smoke, snake, spider, spooky mansion, star, starburst, strawberry, sun-and-moon, sword, thorn, turtle dove, wave, wheel, and x.
Custom jewelry pieces are available for a price depending on the difficulty of the item. (aka 200stps and must be approved by staff)
Banded Tiara: A piece of jewelry that embodies the romantic era of courtly love, this very special tiara has two bands of delicate flowers made from and elegantly designed metal that comes to a flattering V upon the lower brow. It is 3/4 of an inch wide at its widest point, and attaches securely to the wearer's head with pin loops.
Chainmail Headress: A metal chainmail headdress. Interlocked loops form a lightweight mesh which drape over the back of the head and attach to multiple metal chains that cross the top of the head.
Circlet: A metal fillet, or circlet. It is a round band worn around the head and over the hair.
Ferroniere: A tri-stranded chain made of metal, worn around the head.
Headband: A metal headband. This is a thick, yet elegant, band of metal which encompasses the head and hair.
Noble Tiara: This gorgeously crafted metal tiara features an intricate design, as hundreds of miniature s embellish the gently entwined vines and scallops upon its surface. The softly arched crest is 1 1/8 inches tall, a perfect size and shape that compliments all faces. The decoration spans 8 inches of the strong textured 14 inch band, which is gracefully sloped and curved to fit comfortably and securely on the head.
Wide-band Tiara: A metal wide-band circlet is typically worn by men. This is a wide stretch of metal that encircles the head in a thick band decorated with an intricate pattern combining knotwork and scrolling vines with a hidden Green Man figure design.
Wildvine Tiara: This delicate, expressive metal tiara features dainty flowers and leaves growing upon a wild vine that twists around each band. Each blossom is touched with a kiss of soft white enamel, and finished with a sparkling gem. Accenting the flowers are buds of crystal beads, and luminous gems. The delightful, hand-wired design measures 5 1/2 inches of the 11 inch bright copper band, and is a modest 3/4 of an inch high. Pin loops on each end of the band make it easy to secure, so it can be used with a variety of hairstyles.
Alligator Studs: A pair of alligator stud earrings with posts. The has been shaped on the front to resemble a menacing crocodile head with piercing eyes and small arms. The back bears the mid-body and an elongated, curved tail . Between the front and back sections rests the post which connects the pieces together to make it uniform.
Anchor Earring: A single metal anchor stud earring with metal posts. The metal has been variegated with on each of the earrings to create simple, stylish boat weights.
Cabbochon Earrings: A pair of cabochon earrings with metal hooks. They boast 18 mm cabochons. These earrings measure about 2 inches long, including the pierced metal ear hooks.
Chandelier Earrings: A pair of metal chandelier earrings with metal hooks. Multiple delicate strands of metal links complete a simplistic yet elegant design. These earrings measure about 3 3/4 inches in length, long enough to dust the shoulders.
Coral Studs: A pair of metal coral stud earrings with matching posts. The metal blocky foundations on each of the earrings has been almost entirely covered with a myriad of uniquely-shaped branches.
Drop Earrings: A pair of metal drop earrings with metal hooks. A single delicate strand of metal flows downward into a decorative pendant. These earrings dangle a mere two inches from the lobes of the wearer, making them safe enough to spar or fight in, but long enough to be fashionably noticeable.
Ear cuff(s): A metal ear cuff. It is created by a flat band of curved metal which pinches the earlobe.
Frame Earrings: A pair of copper crystal-framed earrings. The copper is largely unseen and holds fourteen small round crystals which surround the central figure in elegant beauty. The back bears a simple copper post which allows the piece to be put on and removed.
Frog Studs: A pair of frog stud earrings with posts. The has been shaped on the front to resemble the smiling head of a frog and boasts a pair of bulging eyes. The back features the skinny body and long, wobbly legs of the creature. Between the front and back sections rests the post which connects the body and the head together to make it a uniform piece of jewelry.
Gorath Studs: A pair of gorath stud earrings with posts. The has been shaped on the front to resemble a sharp-toothed thorny head with beady eyes and pickaxe-like arms. The back bears the muscular body and large feet. Between the front and back sections rests the post which connects the pieces together to make it uniform.
Helm Earring: A metal helm stud earring with metal posts. The metal on each bears eight spokes that connect to the center of the ship wheel.
Hoop Earring(s): A single metal hoop earring. It is about an inch in diameter.
Inner Cuff Earring: A metal tragus ear cuff. It is created by a flat band of curved metal which pinches the tragus of the ear.
Jellyfish Studs: A pair of metal jellyfish earrings with metal hooks. The half-circle head is entirely comprised of with strings of connected tentacles that dangle down about half an inch.
Screw Earring: A metal screw stud earring with a metal post. The metal has been shaped on the front to resemble the head of the screw, while the back bears the twisting, swirling body of the tool. Between the front and back sections rests the metal post which connects the pieces together to make it uniform.
Seahorse Studs: A pair of metal seahorse stud earrings with metal posts. The metal has been heavily etched to create detailed and lined bodies bearing small eyes and inwardly curled tails.
Seashell Studs: A pair of metal seashell stud earrings with metal posts. The metal has taken on two clam-shell shapes and bears twelve finely-etched lines comprised of upon each of their surfaces.
Starfish Studs: A pair of metal starfish stud earrings with metal posts. The metal has been shaped into two five-pointed starfish boasting knobby decorations along the bodies.
Stud Earring(s): A stud earring with a metal post and matching clutch.
Tassel Earrings: A pair of metal tassel earrings with metal hooks. A myriad of delicate metal tassel strands are suspended and drape luxuriously to just below the chin.
Turtle Studs: A pair of turtle stud earrings with posts. The has been shaped on the front to resemble a round turtle head with stubby arms and wide eyes. The back features short legs and a shell-covered body . Between the front and back sections rests the post which connects the body and the head together to make it a uniform piece of jewelry.
Cameo Necklace: A metal cameo necklace. A single delicate strand of metal wraps around the neck and supports a cameo pendant. Typically, the cameos are engraved into the stone itself and depict notable people in history.
Cascading Necklace: A metal cascading necklace with matching clasp designed to fit comfortably around the base of the neck. The center piece of fringe hangs down 3 inches from the metal neck chain.
Chainmail Necklace: A metal chainmail necklace. Fine rings of metal are woven together to form a series of triangles that encompasses the neck and drapes upon the upper chest.
Choker - A metal choker. It fits snugly around the neck of the wearer.
Crucifix Necklace: This symbol is commonly worn by the followers of the Catholic faith.
Drop Necklace: A whimsical metal drop necklace with metal clasp. A single delicate strand of metal flows downward into a decorative pendant. This necklace dangle neatly upon the collarbone which is short enough to not get in the way, but long enough to be fashionably noticeable.
Gothic Choker: A lace gothic choker. It fits snugly around the neck of the wearer and flows downward into three flowered points to rest against the decolletage.
Heavy Chain Necklace: A heavy metal chain necklace. It boasts heavy 5/8 inch long metal plated links, is 22 inches long, and comes complete with a hook metal clasp.
Livery Collar: A metal livery collar. This is a heavy chain that denotes attachment to a great person by friends, servants, and political supporters. It is extremely long, draping over the shoulder, with the apex resting just below the breastbone.
Locket Necklace: A metal chain with a matching locket pendant. The locket itself is large enough to store small pictures or paintings inside.
Net Necklace: A metal net necklace. Most of this necklace is a wide mesh of looped wire that makes up a net. A loose chain secures the mass of this necklace around the neck, allowing the rest of it to taper down the torso.
Riviere Choker: An elaborate bracelet with disk settings interspersed with links crafted into the shape of leaves.
String Necklace: A metal string. Most people who wear this prefer simplistic elegance over elaborate design. It closes via a simple clasp.
Torc Necklace: This torc is an incomplete circular neckband. It is created from many different strands of metal, twisted together. This piece is capped on each end at the collar bones by slightly protruding s set into metal terminals. In Phelan society, anyone who isn't a peasant will be seen wearing a torc. They are likely to be wearing the torc even if not wearing anything else!
Tristrand Necklace: A metal tri-strand necklace. This piece features three separate metal strands of small chains which drape loosely on the collarbones. This necklace closes via a simple claw clasp.
Brooches & Pins
Aigrette Pin: A metal aigrette. This is a feather-shaped piece of jewelry worn in the hair or on a hat. A gem is set into the knob of the copper aigrette.
Betrothal Brooch: A metal betrothal brooch with a metal straight clasp. It features two metal hearts that intertwine intricately to form a single larger heart bearing a crown. Where the two hearts cross at the center rests a decorative disc. It is a physical representation of love and devotion.
Bobby Pin: A metal bobby pin. It is a small decoration with double prongs used in coiffure to hold hair in place. Typical bobby pins are plain and unobtrusively colored, but some are elaborately decorated or jeweled.
Bodice Brooch: A metal bodice brooch. This piece is worn centrally upon a bodice or gown. It features a large frame which surrounds a decorative motif of current fashion. This includes metal filigree knots and swirls.
Bowtie Barrette: A bowtie barrette.
Cameo Brooch: A metal cameo brooch. Typically, the cameos are engraved into the stone itself and depict notable people in history. This decorative frame of metal supports the straight pin on back.
Chainmail Barrette: A chainmail barrette.
Celtic Pin: This is a feather-shaped piece of jewelry worn in the hair or on a hat. The gem is set into the center of the piece.
Cloak Clasp: A metal cloak clasp. A fancy fastening used to hold two sides of a cloak or cape together. It has been finely etched with a design.
Fleurdelis Brooch: A beautiful, three-layered fleur-de-lis brooch with pressed metal metal displaying a central shield surrounding three tiny fleur-de-lis. It has an antique metal finish, an antique metal pin clasp, and a loop, so it can also be worn as a pendant.
Heraldric Brooch: A metal brooch. (Can be customized with the wearer's coat of arms)
Kilt Pin: The kilt pin is a piece of jewellery that is usually worn on the lower corner of the outer apron of a kilt. Its function is to prevent the apron falling or blowing open, by securing the outer apron. This particular pin features a series of knot work ending in a pair of hands that grab a crown-mounted heart.
Luck Brooch: A metal luck brooch. Worn by the superstitious, this brooch features a metal shamrock. This four leaf symbol is thought to bring fortune and favorable outcomes. Inside each leaf is a a filigreed design.
Ship Brooch: A metal ship brooch. A decorative metal brooch effortfully etched and shaped to replicate an actual ship complete with all the working parts. It boasts a pair of billowing sails for added decoration.
Stick Barrette: This is a feather-shaped piece of jewelry worn in the hair or on a hat. The gem caps the end of the sticks used to secure the hair.
Sword Brooch: A metal sword brooch. A curved metal sword with a decorative begemmed knob hilt. A detachable sheath, connected to the sword by a fine metal chain via a loop in each piece, is incised throughout its surface with scrollwork filigree.
Sword Kilt Pin: The kilt pin is a piece of jewellery that is usually worn on the lower corner of the outer apron of a kilt. Its function is to prevent the apron falling or blowing open, by securing the outer apron. This particular pin forms the shape of a sword; hilt, pommel and blade.
Armbands & Bracelets
Armband: A spiral shaped piece of metal worn around the upper arm. It is short and turns around the arm once to be worn and removed easily. Its blunt ends are ball-shaped.
Armcuff: A wide piece of metal worn around the upper arm. It doesn't completely close so that it can easily be cuffed around the upper arm.
Arm Drape: A metal arm drape rests on the shoulder. It is made of a series of thick dangling metal chains which form a drape that covers the upper arm. It closes with a metal lobster clasp on the back of the arm that adjusts so you can tighten or loosen it for a perfect fit.
Armlet: A metal armlet which fits around the upper arm. It is made of a metal filigree band, two dangling metal chains, and an amulet. The amulet is obviously the centerpiece while the band is functional and the chains serve as decoration. It closes with a metal lobster clasp on the back of the arm that adjusts so you can tighten or loosen it for a perfect fit.
Bangle Bracelet: A metal bangle. It is a continuous band of stiff metal that encircles the wrist.
Belled Bracelet: A metal belled bracelet. A metal chain bracelet adorned with several tiny bells. It comes complete with a metal hook clasp.
Celtic Bracelet: A metal celtic chain bracelet. Alternating patterns of metal celtic knots, one long and angular, the other short and round, are complementary accented.
Chainmail Bracelet: A metal chainmail bracelet. Fine rings of metal are woven together to form a series of triangles that encompasses the wrist.
Charm Bracelet: A metal charm bracelet. It's a simple chain link bracelet with small rings dangling from it. These rings are for putting charms in to display individuality.
Doubleweave Bracelet: A metal double-weave chain bracelet. This piece of jewelry measures 7 inches and is comprised of a light, metal double-weave chain.
Hinged-Bangle: A metal hinged bangle. An elaborate piece of wristwear featuring a delicate chain and hinge with elaborate filigree surrounding the outer circumference.
Interlocked Bracelet: A metal interlocked chain bracelet. Interlocked circlets of metal are woven together to form a smooth, three-dimensional chain that's both sturdy and beautiful
Ridged Bracelet: A metal ridge cuff bracelet. This is an extra tall metal bracelet boasting five stacked rows of smooth and textured ridges which have been decorated here-and-there with studs. It's open on the back side making it easy to slide on and off the wrist.
Riviere Bracelet: A beautiful metal cabochon bracelet. The bracelet has elaborate metal links in the shape of leaves between cabochon discs.
Tiled Bracelet: A metal tile bracelet. This is a circular piece of jewelry consisting of eleven shiny, square black gold tiles.
Accent Ring: A thin metal accent ring. There are twelve small beveled channels in the band itself. This is more commonly worn to accompany an engagement ring, but can be worn alone as the wearer chooses.
Archaic Ring: A metal archaic ring. The high setting is surrounded by what first appear to be a multitude of small gems, but upon closer inspection the effect has been managed by creative faceting of the metal surrounding the center.
Celtic Ring: A metal celtic ring. It has an even groove and intricate celtic rope work along the length of the band ending in two celtic knots.
Cocktail Ring: This ring is thicker and heavier than normal finger decorations. It is set with a pieces and worn primarily as costume jewelry.
Eternity Ring: An eternity ring. A fine, smooth metal band that twists at the front to take the shape of an eternal loop.
Halo Ring: A metal halo ring. The light seems to bounce off the entire ring and its settings in a myriad of gleaming points.
Lace-Bordered Ring: A metal lace-bordered ring. The outer rim of the band is methodically decorated to lend the appearance of lace.
Locket Ring: A metal ring. The locket itself is large enough to store small pictures or paintings inside.
Rosary Ring: A metal finger ring, set with eleven prominent knobs which represent the tenets of Helloise. A large octogram of creation is fixed to the top in religious symbolism.
Signet Ring: A metal blank signet ring. This is a thick ring with a flat head which usually has an engraved symbol. Typically, this engraved symbol is a coat of arms, initials, or other identifying marks of rank. This ring is used with wax to seal important documents.
Split-Band Ring: A metal split-band ring. Beginning with a single piece at the back of the band, this ring splits in two near the front to accommodate a larger setting at the center. Considered an opulent decoration, this ring would typically be worn at balls and other events where high society desires to show their wealth.
Stirrup Ring: A metal stirrup ring. This finger decoration is so named because it resembles a medieval stirrup, the top of the ring rising in a rounded wedge.
Threestone Ring: A metal three-stone ring. This ring's raised setting is void of any gem and looks to be waiting embellishment. The individual stones are meant to represent the past, the present, and the future. This ring is favored among those who wish a few more stones in their rings, without sacrificing size.
Toe Ring: It is smaller than normal finger rings, and is designed to be worn on the digits of the feet.
Bellychain: A metal belly chain with matching clasp. This belt is made of metal delicate rope chain. It delicately drapes from the hips, over the small of the back and the stomach itself as decoration.
Cabochon Belt: A metal cabochon belt with matching clasp. It is constructed by a series of large cabochon discs interrupted by double links.
Drop Belt: A highly fashionable belt comprised of tiny braided metal links. The central front features an elegant, side-lying water drop design which flows downward from the tip into a series of six metal dangles. It opens and closes with a simple latch mechanism on the left hip of the wearer.
Girdle Belt: A metal girdle belt with matching S-shaped hook that connects anywhere along the belts length. This is a single strand belt comprised of elegantly filigreed metal squares connected throughout its length by matching round jump rings and 8mm beads. This loop and square medallion belt drapes from the wearers true waist, over the hips and is generally worn with skirts or gowns so that the largest square pendant hangs upon the skirts. An oversized teardrop dangles from the lowest pendant.
Hexmaile Belt: A metal hexmaile belt. A delicate, metal mesh chain encompasses the waist and supports the rest of the decorations. This is a loincloth like piece of jewelry with two elongated metal mesh triangles; one in front and back. On the side, alternating links of different sizes make up the chain that connects the back side to the front side.
Maille Belt: A metal maille belt. Generally for men, this belt features a wide band of thick metal double-linked chain. It is twice the length of the average waist size and secures via hooks on both ends. This piece has versatility in however which way the wearer dons it - wrapped doubly about the hips, one cord draped below the other, or arranged jauntily over a single hip with the lower chain dangling loosely.
Medallion Belt: A metal medallion belt with matching clasp. It is made up of a series of two inch medallions, connected by metal loops. The medallions' outer rim is edged with minuscule dots and the inner ridge is carved into several inward pointing triangles. The center filigree boasts two large discs.
Pocket Chain: A metal pocket chain worn by men. As the name suggests this chain attaches to breast pockets to secure timepieces or other valuables you wish to protect from pickpockets.
Scalemail Belt: A metal scale-mail belt. A strong metal chain encompasses the waist and supports the rest of the decorations. Tiered scale-mail frames the hips and is connected by three delicate chains. This warrior look is repeated on the back side with a small triangle of tiered scale-mail.
Serpent Belt: A detailed metal belt crafted to represent the shape of a snake. The body takes up the majority of the piece and is heavily outlined with geometric patterns, yet remains surprisingly smooth. The metal wraps securely around the waist of the wearer and closes in the front via a latch made from the serpent's tongue and end portion of the tail. Two gemmed eyes are set into the head to finish the design.
Tassle Belt: A metal tassel belt. It features a fine twisted chain wraps around the waist of the wearer with tassels hanging from a short chains evenly spaced.
Belled Anklet: A metal belled anklet. A metal chain anklet adorned with several tiny bells. It comes complete with a metal hook clasp.
Cabochon Anklet: A metal cabochon anklet. The anklet has elaborate metal links in the shape of leaves between cabochon discs.
Celtic Anklet: A metal celtic chain anklet. Alternating patterns of metal celtic knots, one long and angular, the other short and round, are complimentary accented. This anklet closes via a firm metal lobster claw clasp.
Chainmail Anklet: A metal chainmail anklet. Fine rings of metal are woven together to form a series of mesh chainmail triangles that encompasses the anklet.
Charm Anklet: A metal charm anklet. It's a simple chain link anklet with small rings dangling from it. These rings are for putting charms in to display individuality.
Draping Anklet: A metal draping anklet. This is a thin chain that encircles the ankle with multiple loops hanging down from the primary chain.
Drop Anklet: A metal drop anklet. This anklet boasts discs with matching pendants dangling from each, making it a more elaborate piece of jewelry.
Handcuffed Anklet: An 8 and 1/2 inch braided metal anklet which closes via a pair of miniature handcuffs.
Interlocked Anklet: A metal interlocked chain anklet. Interlocked circlets of metal are woven together to form a smooth, three-dimensional chain that's both sturdy and beautiful.
Lace Anklet: A metal lace anklet. The majority of this anklet is a mesh of metal lace in the shape of an inverted triangle, which rests on the top of the foot. Dangling from the bottom edge of the lace are multiple chains added for decoration.
Motif Anklet: An anklet featuring twelve metal blank motifs. This is a generic anklet and could and should be shaped into a more customized preference. It closes on the side via a simple metal clasp.
Beads: A metal bead, suitable to be added to clothing. (Various Shapes)
Buttons: A metal button, suitable to be added to clothing. (Various Shapes)
Charms: A charm. (Various Shapes)
Crest Badge: A metal crest badge. A circular badge banded around the circumference with a twisted rope design. This piece is typically worn pinned upon one side of the chest or shoulder and incised with the wearer's coat of arms.
Cufflinks: A pair of metal cufflinks. These are decorative fasteners worn by men to secure the cuffs of a shirt or jacket.
Dice: A six-sided die made from copper. Each side is decorated with a number of dots, from one to six.
Hairclip: A metal hairclip. It measures roughly 2 inches in length and is designed to secure the hair in place atop the head.
Haircomb: A metal hair comb. A hair accessory with twelve copper teeth attached to a half circle handle.
Jeweler's Knife: A small, extremely sharp knife intended for sculpting and shaping jewelry.
Keyring: This circular keyring is made of metal, designed to assist in organization by holding a large amount of keys.
Lorgnette: A metal lorgnette, also known as a face-a-main, is a pair of spectacles with a handle which is used to hold them in place rather than fitting over the ears. The spectacles fold at the bridge between the lenses and tuck neatly within the decorative handle.
Monocle: A simple, round glass convex lens, set in a thin metal gallery rim to which is attached a short matching metal chain.
Nipple Bars: A pair of metal bars. They are about an 1/2 inch long.
Pendants: A loose-hanging piece of jewelry typically hung via a small loop at its top, from a necklace and various other types of chain jewelries. Classically contoured and tasteful, this pendant is bordered with a frame of close-set milgrain edging. The pendant is created in such a way to hang from a matching curled loop of polished pewter at its top. (Various Shapes)
Nipple Rings: A pair of metal nipple rings. They are about an inch in diameter.
Profession Badge: A metal badge. Usually one wears this to indicate one's loyalty or membership but can be worn for any reason. This badge is usually worn on the shoulder or chest so it's easily seen. (Various Careers)
Scalpel: A metal scalpel. It is a small but extremely sharp knife used for surgery, anatomical dissection, and various arts and crafts. Scalpels may be disposable or re-usable.
Spectacles: A pair of metal spectacles with glass lenses, designed to aid with sight by magnifying objects.
Update: June 29th, 1700
*My supply of gold is no longer available for large projects, I have a very little for small pieces such as charms and or buttons. I will do my best to purchase more.*