Victorian Insect Charms•
Insects are so beautiful and intriguing. I can completely understand why they have become so popular in homewares recently.
They also look fantastic in jewellery as the Victorians knew. Here are a few of my favourite places to find insect jewellery from antique charms.
Annina Vogel is the queen of Victorian charms. She repurposes stunning old pieces into even more gorgeous necklaces, earring and rings. These are at the pricey end of the spectrum. However if you are ever in Liberty London, do pop in and take a peek. The display there is glorious.
Now of course there are much more affordable options if you want to adorn yourself in beetles.
I adore Leola Revives. Not only does she have a constantly revolving stock of the sweetest gems, she also recreates some of the most popular ones!
There are lots more on Etsy, here's one I've had my eye on for a while from The Caravan Collection.
I'd love to add some of these beauties to my collection!
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