Literary Paraphernalia: Shakespeare Bling

Did I use bling right? I’m pretty sure I did. Today we’re continuing our Shakespeare-themed Literature Paraphernalia posts with some cool Shakespeare jewelry. If you love The Bard of Avon, you’ll love these shiny trinkets as well.

Henry VI Quote Necklace

This necklace is not only beautiful, but also charming.

Shakespeare Charm Bracelet

Did I say the last item was charming? I meant this bracelet was charming.

Wax Seal Necklace: Shakespeare’s Profile

This necklace would look great paired with a cute sweater or rocking it with a bodice at a Renaissance Faire.

Upcycled Shakespeare Paper Beads Cuff

Who knew that paper could look so good when not in book form?


Puck Cuff

Yes, well, same back at you, Puck from A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Fairies can be fools too.

Romeo and Juliet Book Charm Necklace

Carry a book with you always, not just in your bag, but on your necklace as well.

Engraved Shakespeare Bracelet

Always have a witty comeback on hand, or wrist, with this insult from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, written by William Shakespeare.

Shakespeare Book Cuff

This cuff is tragic – as in it depicts Shakespeare’s tragedies in book form.

Shakespeare Paper Beat Spiral Wrap Bracelet

Yet another awesome use of paper beads. Everyone should upcycle their old, falling-apart books in such a way.

Super Cool Bonus Item: Shakespeare Book Purse

Need a super cool bag to carry around your books and Shakespeare jewelry in? I believe this is the bag for you.

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About ThePandaBard

Amanda is the Managing Editor at The Poetics Project and of The Socialist, the national magazine of The Socialist Party USA. She graduated with a BA in English Education and a minor in Political Science. She is currently enrolled in an English MA program with an emphasis in Literature. During her free time, Amanda enjoys writing poetry, reading, traveling, crocheting, watching entire seasons of campy shows on Netflix, and, of course, writing blogs. You can follow Amanda on Twitter @ThePandaBard, on Pinterest @ThePandaBard, or on Medium @ThePandaBard. You can also find her research on Academia.Edu at Cpp.Academia.Edu/MandaRiggle.
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