Friday Lust List: Jewellery With a Hint of Game of Thrones

Everyone loves Game of Thrones, right? You know I do! Like The Hunger Games, it’s one of those franchises that captures my imagination and features some amazing food and fashion! It’s always in the back of my mind, so it’s no surprise that when I saw these beautiful pigeon grasp rings from Tessa Metcalfe at London Fashion Weekend, the first thing I thought of was Daenerys Targaryen and her dragons!

Tessa Metcalfe pigeon grasp

How gorgeous is this? The rings are cast from the claws of real pigeons from London – my favourite capital city in the world, naturally – and I love the fact that these humble birds can create such ferocious looking pieces! The ring is silver, with gold plating, and there are loads of different versions with gemstones and pearls. I just loved this plain version, which retails at £85.

My friend managed to convince me not to buy one at LFW, because she said I’d never wear it. But, I couldn’t get it out my head, so I snuck back online and ordered one the day afterwards! It’s being plated as I type and I can’t wait for it to arrive! I’ll wear it proudly for the Game of Thrones premiere (and every day after, I promise, Rachel!). You can get a 10% discount off your first purchase if you sign up for the mailing letter, by the way!

What do you think? Do you like wearing pieces that remind you of your favourite shows?

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