Fantastic Vampire Jewelery for Your Boyfriend – 2 Items He Will Love
If you have a boyfriend who has a fascination with vampires, regardless of what day it is, he may be interested in vampire jewelry. It goes without saying, there is a little bit of something out there for everyone and honestly, for vampire lovers, the resources aren’t limited – it seems fantastic vampire jewelry is popping up everywhere, but of course, some are better than others. Today, I am going to tell you about two items your boyfriend may be interested in. Mind you, these items aren’t expensive, so if you’re out looking for a nice gift, without having to pay a lot of money, pay attention to what I’m about to show you …
What better gift for a vampire enthusiast than the ring of Dracula? Sure, it’s a prop replica, but at the same time, it looks very cool. I don’t know about you, but I like to focus on the looks of items (I think that is much more important). This is an officially licensed replica, bearing the Count’s crest on it. The ring first appeared in “The House of Frankenstein’” back in 1944 and since then, the ring itself has gained a large amount of fans.
For a couple of decades, the ring was a possession of the late Forrest J. Ackerman who was a publisher, writer and fan extraordinaire.
This replica right here was created from the original prop ring that was in Forrest Ackerman’s collection. To add to its looks, it has an antiqued metal finish and it is inset with a nice reproduction stone.
Point blank, don’t you think the rink will look great when your boyfriend wears it? If he has a taste for all things vampire, this is definitely something you need to put on your list.
Another unique piece of jewellery that your boyfriend may love would be this sterling silver Vlad Dracula’s Order of the Dragon pendant. Each one of these pendants have been handcrafted. The Order of the Dragon symbol dates back in history – it is a symbol that Vlad the Impaler, or as you may know him, Dracula, used in order to signify his position in the Order. Many believe, while he was alive, he wore the symbol as a medallion.
The pendant is 1.3 mm thick, 34.3 mm wide and 40.3 mm long. It weight around 11.8 grams and comes with a nice 24” long rope chain.
Let me tell you a bit about the history of the Order of the Dragon. Sigismund, the King of Hungary, founded the Order of the Dragon back in 1408. He did so for the purpose of fighting against the Christian enemies and defending the cross. Dracula’s name came from the Order of the Dragon, Dracula, which means “Son of the Dragon.” In 1431, when he was inducted into the Order at the age of five, Vlad II received the surname of Dracul, which means dragon.
As you see, the Order of the Dragon symbol that is on this pendant is rich in history. Any individual who has a taste for vampires will know about the Order of the Dragon and would probably love to have this pendant.