Your jewelry doesn’t always have to be plain and simple, the should also show something about yourself and what you’re interests are. If you’re a book lover and love reading, you should check out these thirty five brilliant pieces of jewelry which are inspired by some of the most popular books around like Harry Potter, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, The Fault in Our Stars, Hunger Games, Lord Of the Rings and the Great Gatsby.

In keeping in theme of the book they’re based on, these pieces of jewelry not only look beautiful, they also remind us of our favourite books! Take for instance the Lord Of the Ring earrings, they are in style of the One Ring (otherwise known as my Precious to Gollum), set with LOTR engravings with Stainless steel with 14k gold plating!

1. The Lorax necklace ($12)

The Lorax necklace ($12)

Your very own petite Truffula tree.

2. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe ring (price on application).

You can actually open the door to the wardrobe!

3. The Velveteen Rabbit necklace ($29).

The Velveteen Rabbit necklace ($29).

If you love this necklace enough it will become “real.”

4. A Song of Ice and Fire rings ($95)

Just pray that these dragon eggs don’t hatch on your fingers: the dragon babies would be liable to nibble you a bit.

5. The Fault in Our Stars necklace ($37).

The Fault in Our Stars necklace ($37).

Okay.

6. Hunger Games necklace ($20).

I wouldn’t sample these Nightlock berries if I were you.

7. The Great Gatsby necklace ($24).

Give the other half to your Daisy.

8. The Lord of the Rings earrings ($49).

The Lord of the Rings earrings ($49).

Only wear these if you’re okay with being stalked by Gollum.

9. Charlotte’s Web necklace ($32).

Charlotte's Web necklace ($32).

Say “salutations” to this adorable pendant.

10. Harry Potter necklace ($49).

Harry Potter necklace ($49).

If only this Time Turner would actually work…

11. Alice in Wonderland necklace ($365).

Alice in Wonderland necklace ($365).

The perfect accessory to wear when painting some roses red.

12. Murder on the Orient Express earrings (£16.00).

A typewriter hanging from one ear, a book hanging from the other.

13. The Grisha Trilogy necklace ($69).

The Grisha Trilogy necklace ($69).
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A collar inspired by Morozova’s stag.

14. Moomin pendant ($18).

Moomin pendant ($18).

Groke! You frosty creature you.

15. The Incredible Book Eating Boy and Lost and Found necklaces ($180, $220, $160)

Children’s book author Oliver Jeffers teamed up with jewelry designer Aaron Ruff (ofDigby & Iona) to create these pieces based on his picture books.

16. Dune bracelet ($17).

Dune bracelet ($17).

“Fear is the mind killer.”

17. Anna Karenina brooches ($74).

Anna Karenina brooches ($74).

Anna and Vronsky in felt form.

18. The Wind in the Willows ring (price on application).

Mr. Toad may have to sell Toad Hall to afford this beauty.

19. The Outsiders necklace ($24).

The Outsiders necklace ($24).

A message for Ponyboy.

20. The Hobbit necklace ($98).

The Hobbit necklace ($98).

Smaug rests upon the Lonely Mountain and the Lonely Mountain rests upon your neck.

21. The Maze Runner necklace ($15).

The Maze Runner necklace ($15).

This is much more attractive than a necklace featuring a Griever would be.

22. Black Beauty necklace ($24).

Black Beauty necklace ($24).

“Neighhhhhhhh” = the sound of Black Beauty saying he would be honored to graze around your neck.

23. Madeline earrings ($20).

Madeline earrings ($20).

Hanging in “two straight lines” from your earlobes.

24. Animal Farm necklace ($130).

Animal Farm necklace ($130).

“Four legs good, two legs bad.”

25. Mary Poppins necklace ($95).

Mary Poppins necklace ($95).

A practically perfect papercut.

26. The Little Prince ring and necklace ($1,730).

Now you’re probably dreaming of owning this jewelry and getting to see the moviein equal amounts.

27. Sense and Sensibility (and every other Jane Austen book) necklace ($65).

Sense and Sensibility (and every other Jane Austen book) necklace ($65).

This locket features miniature version Janet Hill’s “Austen Dresses” painting.

28. Watership Down brooch ($16).

Watership Down brooch ($16).

Buy a few of these and start a warren on your jean jacket.

29. The Story of Ferdinand necklace ($13).

The Story of Ferdinand necklace ($13).

A necklace to wear while smelling some flowers.

30. Moby Dick necklace ($24).

Moby Dick necklace ($24).

“I love to sail forbidden seas, and land on barbarous coasts.”

31. Peter Rabbit necklace ($22).

Peter Rabbit necklace ($22).

This Peter is more interested in getting into your jewelry box than getting into Mr. McGregor’s garden.

32. Harry Potter ring ($60).

Harry Potter ring ($60).

The Hogwarts version of a class ring.

33. Divergent necklace ($32).

Divergent necklace ($32).

Tris Prior’s tattoo in necklace form.

34. A Song of Ice and Fire ring ($15).

A Song of Ice and Fire ring ($15).

HODOR!

35. Your favorite book on a necklace ($21).

Keep it close to your heart.

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