More May Museletter

Posted by Nalin Singapuri on

More May MuseLetter

Shop earrings by size, goth glam, special offers and 60 new designs

Hello Jewelry Lovers!

We're adding too many new designs to cover in just one Museletter, so we decided to do two this month. If we're sending you to many emails with this bi-monthly format please let us know how often to contact you - you can choose weekly, monthly, or just a few times a year.


Website Updates

Shop by earring size

tiny earrings
small earrings
medium earrings
large earrings
Choose the size that best suits your style to see similar pieces - or select an "Earring Size" filter when browsing our earrings or jewelry collections.
Shop Earrings →

Goth Glam

Victorian pieces featuring jet black cabochon onyx, faceted garnets, and agate (or some combination of these stones) were once popular as mourning jewelry. Our gothic collection showcases designs versatile enough to pair with a little black dress yet strong enough to complete that goth look.

The Gothic Collection →

Sales & Special Offers

Save 5% Storewide →

New Items

Having our new items at the top of the homepage is inspiring us to keep them fresh and add a few every day. All of the designs highlighted below are on sale, now is a great time to pick them up.
Shop New Designs →

Be safe out there everybody, as always blessings to you and yours. We'll see ya next month.
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