The Treasury | Treasures of the Gothic Realm
Representation of a typical and once common plague cross which stood towns and villages all around Europe. In doleful commemoration of their pitiable and multitudinous dead.
A hauntingly beautiful empowering sapphire Swarovski crystal is quiescently suspended within this elegant Transylvanian gothic centerpiece. (specified crystal colours are subject to availability, and may be substituted).
A grand, high Victorian, antiqued pewter lamp holder in classic gothic-revival style, incorporating an elegant, specially made glass chimney, etched with gothic bat and demon pattern. Standing 41cm (16″) approx overall and taking standard 25mm diameter candles. (Candle not supplied)
Reading “AB AETERNO – ET PERPETUO – LUX MUNDI”, (From the beginning of Time – And for Ever – The Light of the World), the noble, cast pewter gothic frame is on barley twist legs with red glass ball finials and supports the solid, hand made black glass block, 5″(13cm) diameter candle platform. (Candle not Supplied)
A reassuring sentinel to stand watch and light your nocturnal vigils; solid cast and polished pewter, to take a standard 1 1/2″ church candle. (Candle not Supplied)
An imposingly elegiac dark angel from the medieval netherworld of the departed, majestically and obediently stands seneschal of luminescence; a 10: (27cm) high, solid pewter candelabra to hold five 20mm diameter candles and hung with four, clear Swarovski chandelier crystals.
With a romantic morbidity, a subtle suggestion of a rising of the undead, with a guiding light. Decorated with jet and diamond crystals. Fits standard tapered candle and tea light. Overal height approx 260mm (10″) not including the candle.
Demonic, Transylvanian style candleholder; set with four red cabochons complete with T-light candle.
Called the Sigilum Aemeth, the bone resin seal beneath the great 100mm diameter crystal ball, is a copy of that which John Dee, personal astrologer and geomancer to Queen Elizabeth I, was instructed to make in 1582 by the angel Michael. The crystal ball was then the magnificent antiqued pewter dragon scrying stand is decorated with crystal jewels.
Three statues of the prophesying Demon of Fate support the 60mm diameter moulded crystal sphere. Each one peers wickedly into his own 10mm, volcano effect crystal, while being protected by an overhead pentagram.
Delicate cast pewter frames surround these lightweight, 76mm long (3″) approximate, unbreakable mirrors of exquisite seduction. This one shaped like a bat.
Delicate cast pewter frames surround these lightweight, 76mm long (3″) approximate, unbreakable mirrors of exquisite seduction. This one shaped round.
Delicate cast pewter frames surround these lightweight, 76mm long (3″) approximate, unbreakable mirrors of exquisite seduction. This one shaped like a coffin.
Delicate cast pewter frames surround these lightweight, 76mm long (3″) approximate, unbreakable mirrors of exquisite seduction. A seductively elegant miniaturised French Baroque style ladies dressing mirror.
Reflect your soul in this exquisite, coffin shaped, hand mirror. With poignantly placed bat and beautifully turned Victorian style handle. Approximately 10″ (268mm) high
An unquestioning servant arisen from its stifling grave in devoted supplication to its pampered mistresses’ assistance. A dramatically different and substantial jewellery stand, poised to be casually draped with all the rings and necklaces of any special, haunting value.
“Let us speak of bodies changed into strange new forms”, so wrote Rome’s immortal poet, Ovid, in his “Metamorphosis”, recited here, in Latin, on the glass stem uon a winding scroll nd graphically described by the angelic heavens above, descending to the graveyards below; set with 6 x Swarovski crystals in red and clear and a hand-blown smoky glass bowl.
The bat crested and vampire mortified wine glass of a darkly Romanian flavour with hand-blown, black glass cup and antiqued cast-pewter stem. Standing approximately 8″ (200mm) high.
Soaring to the heights of modern elegance is this thoroughly futuristic, Deco inspired luxury item of essential social etiquette.
A unique old gothic style vessel, with highly decorated glass-bottom, for the self-administration of lethal spirits.
Following a tradition going back to Roman Britain, pewter was the most common type of plate used for most of the later period up to the C.18th, when porcelain succeeded. This is a highly polished traditional C.17th style 11″ (280mm) pewter dinner plate, the added detailed motif of the legendary dragon.
Silver plate cutlery; knife made of fine steel with intricately modelled cast pewter dragon handles, with a heavy overall silver-plated finish.
Silver plate cutlery; fork made of fine steel with intricately modelled cast pewter dragon handles, with a heavy overall silver-plated finish.
Silver plate cutlery; spoon made of fine steel with intricately modelled cast pewter dragon handles, with a heavy overall silver-plated finish.
Salt & pepper – the spices of life, now to be stylishly purveyed from the universal symbol of death; cast pewter skulls with plastic food-recepticle.
Drink from the cup and absorb the power of one of legends’s best-known dragons. Approximately 6″ (150mm)
This breathtaking sculpted dragon in full flight forms the handle of this stylish 1-pint capacity (600ml) tankard.
An astonishing, deeply embossed extravaganza of gothic baroque ‘tattoo’ art across the whole body of this pewter tankard, with an equally impressive, carved flourish of a Renaissance handle.
A miniature bedside skull to keep safe and remind you of your daily rotation of essential medication; with brass hinge and catch.
“What is Poison to one may be Elixir to another”. Based on a Victorian Apothecary potion bottle, this ornately embossed 2 1/2 fl.oz. flask acts as both temptation and warning. Features a full 3D modeled Death’s Head cap with “DRINK ME” on the reverse and a translucent “Poison Blue” enamelled coffin with crossbones.