Visitors will be pleased to know that we have just finished enabling https for all pages on our Alchemy England website. Continue reading
In one of his rare, and in the eyes of all devout and God-fearing citizens, sacrilegious rituals, the ancient and immortal revenant count of antediluvian Germany, presides over the vampiric festival, set amidst the ruins of a sanctified basilica and now a temple of darkness, in honour of his own pre-eminence. Continue reading
Bats, beer and boiling hot weather – on Thursday, July 6, Alchemy England welcomed their trade customers to the third annual Open Day. The event was also the perfect opportunity for everyone to view their stunning new factory in Leicester and check out all the latest designs.
For a brief but mortally terrifying transience, the incredible forces of the full moon are inexplicably combined with an obscure but powerful, cabalistic seal of Saturn, unleashing the wholly unnatural and utterly dreadful phenomenon of the werewolf. Continue reading
We are excited to launch the brand new Alchemy bag collection! Continue reading
Chalisbury Cathedral, like so many of Britain’s sanctified houses both great and small, was built, beginning in the reign of Henry I in around 1120, upon a hilltop known as Agnis Tump, once a sacred Neolithic site. Continue reading
Here at Alchemy we are excited to announce the launch of our new “Man in the Moon” jewellery collection in collaboration with the ultimate Goth Festival M’era Luna. A simple, yet stunning, collection of jewellery designed to be perfect for everyday wear and all handmade in England from fine English pewter.
Alchemy England are celebrating their 40th anniversary this year. The alternative jewellery and gift brand is known all around the world for its high quality gothic, steampunk and metal wear, but did you know that it was born in a small bedsit in Leicester? Continue reading
To the Mesopotamian goddess, Ishtar, Lady of Heaven, daughter of the moon god, Suen and the spirit of Venus, the forthcoming bloody encounter would be a recklessly sensual delight. Continue reading
….. and as Lilith walked through the garden of earthly delights she beheld the tree of forbidden wisdom and dwelling there in a miraculous serpent who spoke to her thus. Continue reading
Weddings for goths, steampunks, rockers and punks have never been more popular. Never mind conventional white gowns and traditional hymns, if you’re planning an alternative wedding, you’ll want to do things a little differently from the norm. Continue reading
Those who lived through the reign of fear conducted by the House of Vlad in the dark years of the 15th century, knew and praised the name of Varcolea. Continue reading
Ostara is the one of the eight pagan festivals throughout the Wheel of the Year. Each season is celebrated and regarded as equally important. It is also a way to understand the natural world and its changes and become more in-tune with the environment. This is one of my favourite times of the year – if I could choose! Continue reading
Our collection of mugs are back in stock by popular demand. Continue reading