Hello again! I hope you are all having a wonderful November. I've been really busy recently, but I decided to have a quiet weekend and post a review of my most recent jewellery purchase. As you may already know, The Crypt of Curiosities is one of my favourite little online jewellery shops. They recently posted a discount code for Halloween, and after seeing this necklace on Instagram, I just couldn't resist making a purchase!
I purchased the Malice necklace. The necklace features a large faceted black stone wrapped in a delicate silver frame which is adored by two detailed and elaborate snakes/dragons. A black teardrop hangs from the centre of the frame, and the chain is adorned by several small black beads. The chain features a long extender and is finished by two tiny black glass beads.
This piece has become one of my favourites in my collection. It's well made, ornate and incredibly striking. It makes a simple outfit look interesting and adds a touch of elegance to my wardrobe. The black faceted glass in the centre sparkles and shines even in the muted autumn sunshine. This piece actually reminds me of some of the pricier Alchemy Gothic pieces, as it is both elaborate and unique. I have always loved pieces like this, I love the opulence and beauty of larger necklaces and this one certainly does not disappoint. It also has a rather Slytherin quality to it which I like! I've had people comment on how lovely it is every time I have worn it. It is definitely going to be a contender for my graduation necklace!
As always, this necklace is very well made and the chain is the perfect length for me. I usually adjust most of my necklaces, but I have never had to adjust any of my Crypt pieces. It's a little more expensive than my other Crypt pieces, but is definitely worth it. It looks a lot more expensive, and is most certainly comparable to some of the Alchemy Gothic pieces which sometimes cost twice as much. I'm very pleased with this one!
This necklace costs £22.99 and can be purchased from The Crypt of Curiosities.
I hope you are having a lovely weekend!
Disclosure: I bought this necklace myself.