As the existence of this blog might suggest, I have an obsession with theatre. I also have an obsession with jewellery. Even when I was little I used to always run towards the jewellery stands in the shops, attracted by the pretty shiny things on display. With that in mind, I have found some awesome jewellery with a theatre theme.
The comedy and tragedy masks that symbolise theatre date from the ancient Greeks and they are popular symbols for theatre-related jewellery. This mask necklace, as well as matching earrings, pin and ring, are available from the gift shop at Shakespeare’s Globe.
Continuing the mask theme, Lady Muck of Whitstable make these mask earrings in gold or silver. I’ve also seen these earrings at the Globe shop, as well as a matching necklace.
If you’re a fan of musicals, you’re in luck as popular musicals usually have lots of memorabilia. This gorgeous Phantom necklace can be found on the Really Useful Group site.
There is also this pretty Wizard of Oz charm bracelet.
Talking of charm bracelets, this Oliver! version is quite sweet.
For the Wicked fangirls out there, this necklace is a dream.
If dance is more your thing, this Riverdance-themed ghillies (Irish dance shoes) necklace might suit.
My favourite play of all time is The Seagull, so I love this seagull-themed necklace from Tatty Devine.
Are you a Noël Coward fan? Channel Madame Arcati from Blithe Spirit with this necklace from MisfitMakes on Etsy.
Another favourite play of mine is Noises Off, and this Triple Sardine Necklace from Little Moose is the perfect way to pay tribute.
A fan of Sweeney Todd might like this decadent gothic necklace from Curiology Jewellery, also on Etsy.
Ballet fans might like the range of ballet tutu-inspired jewellery at the Royal Opera House. They aren’t online, but they can be found in the physical shop at Covent Garden. There are bangles, rings and earrings inspired by costumes for both the Firebird and Swan Lake.
Do you have any favourite pieces of theatre-themed or inspired jewellery?