Skull Interior collection by Stephen Einhorn

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Stephen Einhorn has become synonymous with quality, exclusivity and cutting edge design within contemporary British jewelry. With a focus on bespoke jewelry and original design, Stephen Einhorn is admired and well loved by both industry creatives and his loyal customers who stretch from his hometown of London to Paris, Hong Kong and the Hollywood Hills. British designer jewelry at its finest, it’s designed for individuals who seek originality, exclusivity and high quality craftsmanship. He designs classic collections that continually expand, allowing his customers to become collectors.

The skull is anti-fashion, which is always very attractive. The desire to feel individual, to shock even in a very small way. “Skulls represent sculptural beauty, mortality and history. I love the grandeur of skulls. The way you can use such a strong striking symbol and make it look approachable, stylish and luxurious, even though normally it’s a symbol of power and fear.” – Stephen Einhorn

Skull Interior collection by Stephen Einhorn

Skull Interior collection by Stephen Einhorn

– Gothic Skull Corkscrew

For the drinker who knows how to live hard! Handmade chrome plated carved Gothic brass head with hardened steel corkscrew, and devilishly sparkling eyes. The gift that says, ‘You like fine wines, so open them with style!’

skull corkscrew

– Gothic Skull Egg Cup

Crack open my head and eat my brains! That’s one thing these egg cups might say to you if they could talk! The most original present ever.

skull egg cup

– Gothic Skull Upward Facing Tap Heads

A pair of extremely original, yet beautiful, hand cast skull & crossbones Gothic Capstan heads, designed to be fitted onto Barber Wilson wall mounted taps/faucets. Your neighbours won’t have these!

skull faucet

– Gothic Ashtray

Be careful not to lose your head over this one, a specially spooky ashtray for all you chuffers out there. Anatomically correct skull ashtrays are just not something you see everyday.

skull ashtray

More info about his skull collection: stepheneinhorn.co.uk

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