Want to win a selection of gothic jewellery and a goblet, courtesy of Alchemy Gothic 1977?
Every self-respecting vampire fan indeed every self-respecting vampire needs some serious bloodsucking bling. Forget gold medallions and poncy friendship rings. You need jewellery that says something about the goth you are jewellery enhanced with bats, coffins, skulls and stakes.
In which case, you need to know about Alchemy Gothic 1977, purveyors of fine gothic jewellery, gifts, collectables and knick knacks since 1977, and beloved of the rock and goth counterculture. Set up by artists Geoff Kayson and Trevor Phillipson in Leicester, Alchemy has spent three decades producing esoteric and contemporary jewellery and Gothic lifestyle accessories, from stylish absinthe shot glasses to sinister alchemist skull boxes, all handmade from fine English pewter in Alchemys own workshops. The full range includes some of the most ornate belt buckles youll ever see (the cyberpunky Rosensteins Galvanic Matter Transpositor is one of our favourites), bracelets, earrings, pendants, t-shirts and even homeware perfect for making your home your castle. Yes, give your dining room a makeover with crystal balls, cobweb candelabras and black roses. You can even buy a Scorpion gearstick knob for your Mini.
Alchemy has kindly provided us with five specially-chosen items with a vampire flavour to give away to the winner of this competition. But if you want to learn more about the products on offer and where you can buy them, then be sure to visit http://www.alchemygothic.com.
Alternatively you can phone Alchemy on 0116 282 4824 for details about ordering a catalogue. But in the meantime, for your chance to win, just answer this simple question:
What is the connection between Bunnicula and Count Duckula?
They were both created by the same writer
They are both vegetarian
They both had cameos in Dracula: Dead And Loving It
ANSWER: They are both vegetarian