TRINKETS & WARES

TRINKETS & WARES

  • ammonite, keyring, pewter, westair

    Ammonite Key-ring

    £4.84
    Ammonites are an extinct group of marine invertebrate animals. They lived in the seas between 240 - 65 million years ago, when they became extinct along with the dinosaurs. Ammonites belong to a group of predators known as cephalopods, which includes...
    £4.84
  • Angel, Wing, Key-Rin, trinket, key, ring, pewter,

    Angel Wing Key-Ring

    £4.84
    Angels are celestial beings who act as intermediaries between Heaven and Earth, or a guardian spirits or a guiding influence. They cloak us in their wings for protection and guide us through life. Bringing joy where there is pain, hope where there is...
    £4.84
  •  Angel, Wing, Pin, Badge, trinket, Jewelry, jewellery, pendant, pewter, Angel Wing Pin Badge

    Angel Wing Pin Badge

    £4.84
    Angels are celestial beings who act as intermediaries between Heaven and Earth, or a guardian spirits or a guiding influence. They cloak us in their wings for protection and guide us through life. Bringing joy where there is pain, hope where there is...
    £4.84
  • Ankh, Pendant, trinket, Jewelry, jewellery, pendant, pewter, Ankh Pendant

    Ankh Pendant

    £4.84
    The Egyptians shared their environment with many different beasts, birds, fish and reptiles. These animals would appear on many objects including sculptures, jewellery and hieroglyphics. These animals were thought of as part of the ‘world...
    £4.84
  • Astronaut, Key, Ring,

    Astronaut Key-Ring

    £4.84
    In 1957 the Soviet Union launched the first artificial satellite, Sputnik 1, into space. In 1961 the Soviets also launched the first manned spacecraft, Vostok 1, and Yuri Gagarin became the first human to orbit the Earth. In 1961, American President John...
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  • Axe, Key-Ring,

    Axe Key-Ring

    £4.84
    This axe is based on the type used by executioners who would behead their victims, who would lay their head on a wooden block. This was a quick, honorable death, unlike hanging, and was reserved for members of the nobility - usually for treason, which...
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    Axe Pendant

    £4.40
    Dungeons were built under castles and in prisons. These dungeons were usually pitch black and filthy with disease. Prisoners who were held there were treated very badly and from the earliest times torture was used to punish them or get them to confess to...
    £4.40
  • Bi,Plane, Key-Ring, WWI

    Bi-Plane Key-Ring

    £4.84
    World War I was the first time that aircraft were used on a large scale. Aeroplanes were just coming into military use at the outset of the war. These early planes we biplanes which were fixed-wing aircraft with two main wings stacked one above the other...
    £4.84
  • Butterfly, Key-Ring

    Butterfly Key-Ring

    £4.40
    The word 'Lepidoptera' translates as 'scaled wings' in Latin. That is because butterflies and moths have wings covered in tiny scales that provide their wings with patterns and colours that characterize these insects. All butterflies are diurnal (day...
    £4.40
  • Butterfly, trinket, Jewelry, jewellery, pendant, pewter, Butterfly, trinket, Jewelry, jewellery, pendant, pewter,

    Butterfly Pendant

    £4.84
    The word 'Lepidoptera' translates as 'scaled wings' in Latin. That is because butterflies and moths have wings covered in tiny scales that provide their wings with patterns and colours that characterize these insects. All butterflies are diurnal (day...
    £4.84
  • Cameo, trinket, Jewelry, jewellery, ring, pewter, Cameo Ring

    Cameo Ring

    £4.84
    It was during the Industrial Revolution that the Victorian jeweller was able to tool up for mass production. Machines formerly powered by hand or water were turning over to steam and gas and the pace and scope of jewellery production was vastly increased...
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  • Celtic, Boar

    Celtic Boar

    £8.79
    To Celtic people, the boar was a symbol of fearlessness. Some myths portrayed them as the fierce quarry who led their hunters to the Otherworld. Tacitus reported that a Celtic tribe in Germany wore amulets of the wild boar to protect themselves in battle...
    £8.79