This striking Medusa pin was made by the Réja company sometime in the 1940s or early 1950s. It's made with rhodium plated sterling, rhinestones, and black enamel.
Réja also made this fabulous witch doctor pin.
This blue rhinestone spider pin was also made by Réja. What a cool company!
Some Victorian gentleman used to wear this gold spider stickpin on his lapel, scarf or tie.
Here's another stickpin from the 1800s: a coral skull stickpin.
I adore this Victorian insect brooch.
I really wish this seller had taken better pictures of this antique Grim Reaper with Scythe ring.
I'm not sure this grim reaper with owl pendant is very antique, but I like the looks of it. Are owls normally associated with death? I need to look into this a bit more.
There's no year given for this skull with snake memento mori ring. It's carved from resin.
This magnificent coral skull pendant dates from the 1800s. I love how it is shaped like an apple, and incorporates a serpent!