Jealous of Tessa? Get your own Clockwork jewelry

I just finished Cassandra Clare’s Clockwork Angel. And I liked it, but is it just me or does the title angel play a less-than-main role in the book? Tessa’s necklace spent more time being a statement piece and heirloom than saving the day, but hopefully we’ll see more of what it can do in Clockwork Prince (which I’m in a very long line for at the library). Until then, thanks to the Internet and enormous popularity of everything Steampunk, you too can have some clockwork jewelry of your own. Click on the images below to go to the website where you can buy what you see.

Clockwork insects (and a spider)

Spider brooch

Bee necklace

Dragonfly necklace


Clockwork keys

Key earrings

Key necklace

Key bracelet





And, of course, angels:

Tessa's necklace!

Angel cuff

Angel tie clip


Can’t find something you like? Make your own with these books and websites:

Metalwork Jewelry: 35 Step-by-step Projects Inspired by Steampunk
, by Linda Peterson

Steampunk Emporium: Creating Fantastical Jewelry, Devices and Oddments from Assorted Cogs, Gears and Other Curios, by Jema Hewitt

Steampunk Style Jewelry: A Maker’s Collection of Victorian, Fantasy and Mechanical Designs, by Jean Campbell

How to Make a Steampunk Brooch on eHow

How to Make Steampunk Jewelry on Beading Gem’s Journal

A Simple Clockwork Necklace Tutorial on The Pink Hare blog

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