Jewelry I’d Need Batman To Buy For Me


Some things exist just to taunt me. Like the Tauntaun sleeping bag for example. Its level of geek-envy plus its cost is equal parts tantalizing and agonizing. It’s unfortunate I find these types of items so often and am unable to buy them.* Well, thanks to Noir Jewelry, here we go again…


What’s that? A ring with a replica of Gotham City atop it? YES PLEASE! $225? Oh…nevermind then. I really want it but I’d be afraid of poking an eye out.


Up next I give you a single Catwoman Claw. Of course you’ll need ten of them to complete the look as they sit at your fingertips. But at $150 a pop, you’ll actually need to be a catburgler to afford them. Might as well pick up the matching earrings while you’re at it.


For you Wonder Woman fans out there, Noir Jewelry has a few items that might be up your alley. How about this gorgeous Wonder Woman ring? They have another ring as well, plus a logo necklace to complete the ensemble.


Speaking of necklaces, if you’re more of a Supergirl kind of person, they’ve got this extra large one for $500. I think you might have to be as strong as Supergirl to wear it though.


And finally, my absolute favorite, the Batgirl dome double finger ring. Yeah, that’s right, you wear it on TWO fingers. Like most of the jewelry, it’s solid brass plated in Gunmetal and has Cubic Zirconia stones covering the top. I would rock this like nobody’s business. Too bad I’m not the type of person who can afford to buy $300 rings. Or their corresponding cuff bracelets. Le sigh.

And you all wonder why Batman’s my dream man. If I were dating him he’d totally buy these for me. Seriously though, designer Leeora Catalan has put together and awesome lineup of DC jewelry. It’s nice to see something new, different and classier than most of the products out there today. One day, when I hit it big, I’ll buy these for myself.

This article was reprinted from the truly awesome Has Boobs Reads Comics, a blog written by Jill Pantozzi, aka The Nerdy Bird.

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