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Gothic Steampunk Clock Pendant Necklace

This unique necklace is perfect for anyone who loves steampunk style. The Gothic Clock Steampunk Pendant Necklace has a beautiful reversed decoupage glass cabochon, and it's made with elegant antiqued brass findings. It also includes a nickel-free brass bezel and chain, perfect for those with metal allergies. The necklace is adjustable to fit any size, and it has an extender and lobster claw clasp. The large pendant is approximately 1" in diameter, making it the perfect focal point for your outfit. We know that this pendant necklace will become your favorite way to add a pinch of gothic-era style to your wardrobe.

Edwardian Clocks in Gothic and Steampunk Culture:

Edwardian Gothic Clocks, designed and produced in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, are a perfect example of Gothic Revival design merged with Steampunk design elements. Steampunk is a subgenre of fiction that includes the Victorian era with its literary themes and Edwardian Clocks. Steampunk art and design often feature conspicuous anachronisms in the form of Victorian-era clothing, technology, and social mores juxtaposed with modern materials to create a dystopian atmosphere. Steampunk's theme is often one of dystopia, and its fictional worlds are often placed in dark, oppressive settings with looming structures and Gothic architecture and technology.

A Gothic influence can be seen in Steampunk fashion: Edwardian Clocks are often set in the Victorian period, with ornate trim and Gothic looks. Many Steampunk costumes feature corsetry, lace-up bodices, petticoats with trim, bustles, and other Gothic elements.

The Gothic influence can also be seen in Steampunk music, architecture, art, literature, and writing. Gothic themes are also often contained in Steampunk tattoos art and jewelry.

Popular examples of Steampunk are Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne (1870); The Time Machine by H.G. Wells (1895); and Warlord of the Air by Michael Moorcock (1971).