Saturday 21 November 2020

Halloween jewellery

Halloween jewellery fun to wear with a Halloween costume
What sort of jewellery did you wear this Halloween? Well you can go for the dark and mysterious stylish Gothic or the fun Gothic Halloween jewellery that is available at this time of year. With bat, skull, witch, snake, spider and vampire inspired pieces there is something for everyone.
Alternate pumpkin brooch by Gothic White Witch

This alternative felt brooch has a cheerful wooden pumpkin look. Great to dress up a lapel or bag. This is fun Halloween jewellery to brighten up those dull Autumn days.
The mysterious Gothic Halloween jewellery style can be achieved simply by using a black or navy coloured brooch, bracelet, necklace or earrings. Add a little Gothic and you are suitably dressed.
Conjoined twin necklace cameo

This conjoined twin cameo necklace adds a little macabre detail to a Halloween costume. Produced by Gothic White Witch.   Vampire neck choker in plastic
Cheap and cheerful gross neck choker to imitate a cut throat. Adds a bloody touch to a black outfit. 
Black skeleton earrings by Claires
Long dangling skeleton earrings in black from Claire's Accessories. 
Single large spider earring
Large single spider earring for pierced ears. Black with silver markings. Another Halloween favourite ear wear,
Green witch ring in plastic
Novelty witch ring in plastic. These rings were on the top of cupcakes from Greggs the bakers.
Spider web earrings in black by Claire's
Claire's fashion jewellery usually produce fun Halloween pieces to wear. This dangling pair of spider web earrings for pierced ears are just right for a Halloween party. 
Hematite skull pendant necklace for a cool look
Love the skull necklace look? Then wear this Hematite cool piece. Yes cool in looks and also in the fact that Hematite is quite cold against your skin.
Sugar skull pendant necklace in silver
Another skull necklace. this one is large and as pre-owned of unknown original manufacturer. In the sugar skull style favoured by the Mexican tradition. Used in Day of the Dead or in All Souls Day celebrations
Pumpkin hair accessories for Halloween
Pumpkin hair accessories with resin pumpkins of a hair band and hair slides.
Large black spider web earrings by Claire's Accessories
A larger pair of Halloween earrings with spiders and spider web designs by Claires. 
Mixed media spider star felt brooch by Gothic White Witch
Gothic White witch produced an alternative spider onto a felt brooch.
Large black spider web necklace by Claire's Accessories
A large spider web necklace in blackened metal. Produced by Claire's jewellery in the UK.
Green witch hair accessories for Halloween

A green faced witch hair accessories on their original card. Witch hair slides and matching hair bands.
Alchemy Gothic bat necklace 2005 in pewter
Superb bat necklace in pewter by Alchemy Gothic. This Gothic necklace was produced in 2005. Bats are designed in links with a single blood red tear drop - just right for Halloween or to wear at any other Gothic moment.
Black spider brooch with diamante
Wearing a black spider brooch will lift any outfit to a Gothic or Halloween look. Love this spider as he is covered in black diamante. 
Cat on broom witch brooch by Avon
Avon produced this superb cat on a broom brooch a few years ago now. Unsigned but still can be found at car boot sales and online. Wore a witch brooch once for Halloween and I was asked if I was a witch!
Furry felt spider brooch - kitsch Halloween fun
This is a brilliant brooch. It was cheap and found in the Halloween section of a pound shop. It still lights up after several years. 
Red spider necklace by Claire's

And lastly a beautiful red diamante covered spider web necklace by Claire's - A must accessory for Halloween wear.
 See our other posts about witch jewellery and Gothic jewellery in general 

Updated February 2022.

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I preserve the past. Researching family and local history. Finding about mine and other people's ancestors, is just one of my passions. I also love vintage costume jewellery made here in the UK. I write about my finds and like to research.