.jewel heritage.

'One for sorrow, two for mirth, three's a wedding, four's a birth, five is Heaven, six is Hell, seven is the Devil himself'.

The crow was once revered as the messenger of the 'Gods' held in high regard for its stealth and intelligence amongst people and other creatures. The crow is now seen as an ominous sign of disaster and death and one that should be avoided unless of course you utter the many nursery rhythms that accompany the omen that is the crow.

yeh i copied and pasted that from the website but it is kinda intriguing.
if i was getting paid 10 quid an hour instead of a mere 6 i would definitely invest but a ring for 40 quid is a bit ridiculous, one can only wish.

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