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Bling Jewelry Emerald Color Oval Celtic Knotwork Dangle Earrings 925 Silver
$39.99
Bling Jewelry Emerald Color Oval Celtic Knotwork Dangle Earrings 925 Silver
A classic Celtic design can be yours with our .925 sterling silver green emerald color glass pair of knotwork dangle earrings. Similar designs exist in both Norse culture and in Chinese culture too. Claddagh jewelry and its beautiful symbols have fascinated people for centuries and this pair is no exception. Claddagh earrings are a classic look and these beautiful dangle earrings are light, comfortable and delicately detailed. Consider this Celtic jewelry for yourself, as a treat for a friend with a May birthday, or a loved one and show your romantic side and your fabulous good taste. Order a pair today.
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Star Wars Logo Earrings
$24.99
Star Wars Logo Earrings
Oxidation. It's a beautiful thing. We didn't need that stinkin' electron anyhow. And now we have a new substance. That's what's happened with the brass charms on these earrings. They've been intentionally oxidized. With this form of corrosion, the brass gains a thin film of copper oxide along the exposed surfaces. It gives them a dark, matte finish that's really subtle. And, of course, you couldn't have bright sterling silver ear wires against that, so the jeweler chose to tarnish them...
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Drop of Blood Ear Dagger
$29.99 $14.99
Drop of Blood Ear Dagger
"Ear dagger? What's an ear dagger?" we hear you asking. (In case you were wondering, we hear our fair share of voices. But we like you best.) It's a dagger. In your ear. Ear. Dagger. You see, ear infections suck. We know. We're geeks. Not one but two of the merchants at ThinkGeek World Domination HQ burst eardrums last winter (that's 25% of us wandering around going, "WHAT???!" for three weeks for those keeping score at home). We recommend you instead turn to this piece of jewelry for all your Stabbing Pain in the Ear needs. The hilt of a dagger forms the front and the blade becomes the earring back, with a single red faceted drop of Swarovski crystal blood. Wear one to make an impact. Buy two for symmetry. Don a whole bunch in a single ear for the Ten of Swords Tarot card look. Note that this is a standard earring post. It does not require any non-standard piercings and works in either ear. Or, you know, whatever hole you wanna put it in. For our customers with nickel allergies: the dagger is made of English pewter, which is a mixture of tin, antimony, and copper. The metal is free of both lead and nickel. The post is surgical-steel, which is a mixture of chromium, nickel and molybdenum. The post meets the guidelines set forth in EU Nickel Directive 94/27/EC. Drop of Blood Ear Dagger English pewter dagger with a red, faceted Swarovski crystal. Post is is surgical-steel (see above for nickel allergy details). Requires one standard piercing. Measures 70mm x 22mm x 6mm. Weighs 4 grams. Order is for ONE dagger. If you want a pair of earrings, you have to order two.
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Subdivision Cuff Bracelet
$59.99 $41.99
Subdivision Cuff Bracelet
"We love to see designs that are inspired by science (and math!). Seeing the name of this bracelet brought us back to the band room at school, but alas/thank goodness this bracelet has nothing to do with one-e-and-a, two-e-and-a. This bracelet is inspired by the complex forms of radiolaria, the amoeboid protozoa that produce mineral skeletons. While real radiolaria are only 0.1 - 0.2 mm in size, the folks who make these bracelets created an interactive software to morph, twist, subdivide and grow each design into something the naked eye can appreciate. The Subdivision Cuff Bracelet is a C-shaped, flexible cuff that fits close to the skin. Traditional manufacturing methods would be unable to produce these amazing pieces, so they were built up layer by layer using Selective Laser Sintering, which is a kind of 3D printing. Because of the 3D printing process, these pieces have a coral-like texture, are extremely lightweight, and have the flexibility to fit most any wrist. Wear a bit of Science today! Product Specifications Inspired by radiolarians, the protozoa that produce mineral skeletons C-shaped, flexible design fits close to the skin Coral-like texture and airy design make it fun to wear Lightweight nylon material is built up layer by layer using 3D printing Materials: Nylon with UV protective coating Pssst... this makes a great gift for someone with metal allergies! Dimensions: approx. 2.4"" x 2.0"" x 3.0"" (fits most wrists) Weight: 1 ounce"
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Tentacle Ear Wrap
$34.99 $14.99
Tentacle Ear Wrap
A ThinkGeek exclusive in the US for a limited time! You guys liked our Dragon Ear Wrap so much, we asked the artists who came up with it to make us this little guy especially for y'all, ThinkGeek's customers. It took a few tries ("could we get it 10% more ominous?"), but we think they nailed him on this final iteration. It looks as if there's a sea creature right behind your ear, gently curved over your helix, waiting to unfurl at unsuspecting passersby. And as with the Dragon, the tentacle doesn't require any special piercings; a single, standard earring hole will do. Gotta be in your left earlobe for this to work, though. This tentacle, made from English pewter, is a little over 3" tall, a little over 1 1/2" wide, and around 1/4" deep. It weighs just over half an ounce. It is made for the left ear. It will not work in your right ear. If you buy it for your right ear, you will be sad. Also, for most humans this ear wrap should be a closer fit to your ear than the Dragon Ear Wrap right out of the package. The sample they made the mold from was sized to t-shirt girl's ear. Which is probably more information than you need to know to make a purchase, but there it is. For our customers with nickel allergies: the tentacle ear wrap is made of English pewter, which is a mixture of tin, antimony, and copper. It is free of both lead and nickel. The post is surgical-steel, which is a mixture of chromium, nickel and molybdenum. The post meets the guidelines set forth in EU Nickel Directive 94/27/EC.
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