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Steampunk - My Custom Designed & Created Bronze, Vintage Clockwork / watch parts, steampunk jewelry

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Unique, Original, Statement Jewelry

The option for Gift wrapped for $10 extra, Includes a 3x3 black pinstripe gift box,
wrapped with custom hand created wrapping paper with you choice of design
and a 3x3 custom made hand painted gift card with wording and design of you choice!

Pleas note the design and words you would like when ordering Pendant of Necklace Gift wrapped

Wrapping paper options
Christmas (seen in photos)
Birthday
Anniversary
Your choice of theme (for example, Sunflower, Rose, Bunny etc) anything you like!

Card design options
Christmas
Birthday
Anniversary
Your choice of theme (for example, Sunflower, Rose, Bunny etc)anything you like!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~ About Steam punk ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Steampunk is the most famous new trend that you've never heard of. To those in the know it's been around for years. For others, it's "Steam what?"

It's certainly not new. The first steampunk (SP) convention took place in 2006: and the word was actually added to The Oxford English Dictionary last year. But it's yet to hit the media or the mainstream.

So what is steampunk?
The term itself comes from science fiction novels. It was allegedly coined by author Kevin Jeter as a way of distinguishing him and fellow tetro-tech sci-fi writers from future-loving "cyberpunks" like William Gibson. But it's grown into a whole visual style, and even a philosophy. It's all about mixing old and new: fusing the usability of modern technology with the design aesthetic and philosophy of the Victorian age. Or as US young fiction author Caitlin Kittredge put it: "It's sort of Victorian-industrial, but with more whimsy and fewer orphans..."

In its glibbest sense, it can be seen as a way of giving your personal technology a goth make-over. Imagine a top of the range computer pimped out to look like an old typewriter, or an iPhone dock that lets you answer your phone using an old brass and wood receiver. But at its deepest, it's a whole way of looking and living: and a colourful protest against the inexorable advance of technology itself. And it's a trend that's sneaking its way into loads of different sectors: from fashion to film, interior design to video games.

The look pre-dated the term. High tech Victoriana can be found in Disney's '50s and '60s adaptations of Jules Verne's Around The World In 80 Days and 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea, the contraptions of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang's Caractacus Potts, and even in our very own Bagpuss. More recently, maverick creatives like Terry Gilliam, Tim Burton and Alan Moore took up the style and made it their own, in films like Baron Munchausen and Alice In Wonderland, and comics like The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen. But it's only now becoming a heavily adopted style - or lifestyle.

Its biggest impact so far has been in product design. It has reignited a love of "old fashioned" materials: brass and copper, wood, glass, mechanical workings, ornate engraving. It has also co-opted the re/upcycling aesthetic in its love of the old, the repaired, the reworked and the imperfect. And it has done so across a range of sectors.
The look is also starting to influence street fashion. Steampunk clothing typically adds the 'best' looks of the Victorian era - explorers, soldiers, countesses, lords and prostitutes - to today's most relevant street styles: goth, burlesque, the fetishism of the Suicide Girls, the lace and leather of pirates, and the frills and capes of vampires. A few SP elements have already been seen in Top Shop, from spiked clothes to jewellery. Some say it's the inspiration behind the current vogue for men wearing rolled up trousers with loud - or no - socks. The trend also influenced this season's high fashion trends for fetish, glamour and dressing up.

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Call or text 609 864-8210
I ship USPS Priority mail, I hand create all items to order, custom for you
with any alterations or designs you would like, normal time to create any item in my ship is 2-6 days, I can create sooner if NEEDED

Shipping rules
Unfortunately I cannot be responsible for items once they have been shipped
I package carefully, but if a packaged is mishandled by the USPS you will
need to contact with for a claim for monetary reimbursement

So far in the Hundred of items I have shipped World wide, I have had only
one instance where that package was treated sooo Badly by the USPS the
a lovely hand painted Masterpiece Wine bottle was broken,
the customer showed the item to his local post office and filed a claim
his purchase cost was refunded by the USPS

Thank you, I hope you can understand, the love I put into Every Handmade
custom piece I create, If someone destroys it after I ship, I am Heartbroken
but cannot be held responsible


Holiday shipping update! Any orders Placed after December 18 2015, will not be created and shipping until after 12/28/14, thank you and Happy Holidays!

Returns & Exchanges

I don't accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

Returns and exchange details

As all of my items are Custom made for you per order, there are
"NO Monetary Refunds " once and order is placed

Unless the items was incorrectly made by me,
which has never happened to date as I take GREAT care in creating and corresponding to be sure the item is what you ask for and agree upon,

In case of an Honest and legitimate Mistake on my part, I will then create another one for you and ship for free once I receive the returned item,(customer is responsible for return shipping,
or I can give you shop credit to order a different item at the same or Higher cost
up to $10 more than the original item....


Unfortunately I cannot be responsible for items once they have been shipped
I package carefully, but if a packaged is mishandled by the USPS you will
need to contact them with a claim for monetary reimbursement

So far in the Hundred of items I have shipped World wide, I have had only
one instance where the package was treated sooo Badly by the USPS that
a lovely hand painted Masterpiece Wine bottle was broken,
the customer showed the item to his local post office and filed a claim
his purchase cost was refunded by the USPS

Thank you, I hope you can understand, the love I put into Every Handmade
custom piece I create, If someone destroys it after I ship it, I am Heartbroken
and VERY Sorry,but cannot be held responsible

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