Strawberry-flavoured tea, Nine Inch Nails, fairy lights and my journal. So far, on these two pages, there are scribblings in English, Hungarian and the bus tickets are printed in Serbian, including something in German and Macedonian is to go! :) The triple barred cross necklace is completely handmade (I only need to paint it over w/ silver color so the marks of material bending and scratches made while cutting aren’t so visible anymore). Also, look at my drawing of Dylan. :)
The Sanskrit meaning of mandala means “circle”. The circle is a symbol of perfection, eternity, unity and completeness/wholeness. It is a cosmic diagram reminding us of our relation to infinity, extending beyond and within our bodies and minds. Mandalas are incredibly versatile and can personify any number of meanings for the viewer. The meaning each mandala holds is limited only by the creator and the observer. Mandalas are circular designs symbolizing the notion that life is never ending. Many mandalas have spiritual significance to an individual or group of individuals.
Polarity & Conflict ~ The Everlasting Contrast triple-barred cross
Center Layer 2
Fate ~ The Barbed Wheel of Fate
Top Layer 3
Endless journey ~ The Downward Spiral of infinincy or ‘DS’
A collection of items belonging to Major Lord William Cavendish-Bentinck, DSO of the 10th Royal Hussars (Prince of Wales Own), including an officer’s sword by Henry Wilkinson, Pall Mall, London, Serial No. 30364, the 89cm blade etched with recipient’s name and regiment, VR cypher amongst scrolls, plated triple bar guard, downswept quillon, wirebound fish skin grip and diced pommel, 103.5cm overall in its steel scabbard, a steel tin with brass plaque engraved ‘Captain Lord William Bentinck, 10th Royal Hussars’, enclosing about 29 items including a fine sabretache of the 10th Hussars embroidered with battle honours, in original leather bag, uniforms (moth eaten), pill box hat and box, two further leather sabretaches each with applied bi-metal Prince of Wales plume, spurs, buttons, badges, belts, approximately 30 items in total. Lord William Augustus Cavendish-Bentinck was born in 1865, son of the Lieut-General Arthur Cavendish Bentinck (great-grandson of the 3rd Duke), half brother of the 6th Duke of Portland. He was educated at Eton and entered the 10th Hussars from the militia in 1887, commissioned Lieutenant 1889 and Captain 1893, he was created a companion of the Distinguished Service Order (London Gazette, 27 Sept. 1901) “Lord William Augustus Cavendish-Bentinck, Capt.) 10th Hussars. In recognition of services, during the operations in South Africa”, he died in 1903.
i drew my headcanon tavros. little chocalate milk moo-cow child strikes again (nose ring included) (tavros with a lil septum piercing gives me an aneurysm and i love it). i just want to hug this triple-caramel snicker bar taurus.
I’m definitely not afraid of a little bling! I love sterling silver rings and layering them up is an eclectic, chic addition to any outfit. It personalizes your style whether you’re a jeans and tee kind of girl or like to vamp it up with the glam. A solid silver ring collection doesn’t have to break the bank either, check these out!