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January Newsletter – Masks, Backpacks, Alchemy

Happy New Year!

We hope you had a lovely festive season and are excited for the coming year.  We’ve got lots of new products here at Gosling Gothware to kick off your year in style.  New onto the website are a larger range of the Spiral face masks and World of 3D backpacks.

Visit our What’s New page to check all of our new stuff out!

Time to mask up

Four models wearing the masks - zipped, speechless, tribal and tribal rose

Masks are now mandatory in Tassie, so we’ve expanded our Spiral range and have some awesome new ways to express your personality while still being compliant.  From the gorgeous Tribal Rose to the downright creepy Speechless, explore our range and you’re bound to find something that will suit your style.

Spectacular holographic World of 3D Backpacks

New to the website this month are some super cute backpacks with designs from alternative artist Anne Stokes.  Their small size (although suprisingly spacious) makes them perfect for every day use.

A dragon looks like it’s bursting through the front of the Peeping Dragon one; Spellweaver brings magic and light to your every day.  Both are guaranteed to make you smile as you wear them with pride.

Alchemy UK Jewellery

In store this month we’ve got some gorgeous new Alchemy Jewellery. All designed and made in the UK, these gothic pieces are bound to be talking point wherever you go.

Featured below we have two necklaces from our range.

First is the Empyrean Eye – the eye of God, shedding tears of grief for humanity as he regards the world from the highest firmament. A pewter, Nouveau style pendant centred around a large, hexagonal Aurora Boreale effect Swarovski crystal eye, with a sympathetic crystal tear dropper.

Second is the Wiccan Goddess of Love. A double-chain necklace with the main feature a pewter triple moon symbol holding three Swarovski crystals, each differently coloured to represent spiritual values, and the whole overlaid with a bronze plated bough of pewter ivy. The second, smaller piece suspended below on a longer chain is a pewter, Celtic, interlaced Triquetra symbol.

Instagram and Facebook

Anya has been busy photographing and posting all of our new products – follow us to keep up to date with what’s new and interesting in store. If you see anything you like that’s not on our website, drop us a line and we can make it happen!

That’s it for this month – remember if you’d like to see it in your inbox you can subscribe using the form below!