Favorite bookish jewelry

Since sometimes we need to fancy it up, the readerly woman’s gonna need some bookish bling.

You can wear this stuff to the bookish places (the library, the bookstore, book club) but also to the everyday places (work, the grocery store, the library…)

It’s practical as all heck.

It’s a necessity of life.

Here are some of my favorites…

She is too fond of books, and it has turned her brain necklace

Source: Etsy

My sister bought this for me several years ago, and I don’t see the exact necklace, but there are lots of similar ones.

Eyeglasses necklace

Source: Isette on Etsy

I love this necklace and always get comments on it. : )

Nonfiction necklace

Source: Willow and Copper on Etsy

A friend told me about a craft fair that was taking place at a local farm, and we headed over there… and I found this lovely piece. It makes me smile.

Dewey Decimal earrings

Source: Etsy

I ordered these years ago, and I don’t see the same listing, but there are other Etsy shops that sell this type of thing.

What the call numbers mean:

  • 320.9: Political situation and conditions
  • 917.4: New England travel and guidebooks

I love the significance, especially since political science was one of my college majors.

So tell me: what’s your favorite bookish jewelry? Did you buy it for yourself or receive it as a gift?

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Reader, librarian, & happy little geek

5 thoughts on “Favorite bookish jewelry

  1. Susan Bybee

    I have a pair of dangling earrings that are tiny books. They were a gift. I also was given a typewriter pin with paper in it reading “It was a dark and stormy night…”

  2. Ooh, I love all of these!!!

    I don’t have any bookish jewelry, sadly, but my mom has a necklace that has a tiny charm of To Kill a Mockingbird. She often wears it paired with a bookish sweatshirt in the winter, which is adorable. 🙂

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