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Topic # 94352 8-Dec-2011 18:43
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Ive been on Ebay and Amazon, but I really would prefer to buy locally, none of this stuff is on trademe, which I find strange.

I wish to show respect to Lucifer, something like an inverted cross, but cannot find anything in NZ so far.

Would prerfer to buy in Hamilton since its my closest city but perhaps some other shops that are willing to freight?

Thanks in advance.

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  Reply # 556866 12-Dec-2011 12:05
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Try the Yellow Pages, call up all of your local jewelry stores and let them know what you are after. They'll see you right.

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  Reply # 556872 12-Dec-2011 12:10
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LordDweedle: 

I wish to show respect to Lucifer, something like an inverted cross, but cannot find anything in NZ so far.


Can't you just wear a regular cross upside down? 

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  Reply # 556885 12-Dec-2011 12:31
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There should be plenty of 5-pointed stars on sale after Christmas.

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  Reply # 556912 12-Dec-2011 13:02
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If you want something decent then I am sure any manufacturing jeweller will design and make something for you. If you are just after costume jewellery then perhaps the Frankton markets? I have not been there in a few months but there always use to be at least a couple of jewellery stands.





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  Reply # 556927 12-Dec-2011 13:25
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Maybe ask for some for Christmas?

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  Reply # 556929 12-Dec-2011 13:26
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do you want it with the Microsoft or Apple logo on it?




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  Reply # 558355 15-Dec-2011 15:38
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You want to show respect to the planet Venus? Or an ancient Babylonian king?

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  Reply # 558374 15-Dec-2011 16:15
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google shall deliver thee from all things evil......... http://www.skullrings.net/intro.htm you didn't try very hard did you.....
 

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  Reply # 558383 15-Dec-2011 16:27
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kontonnz: google shall deliver thee from all things evil......... http://www.skullrings.net/intro.htm you didn't try very hard did you.....
 


Was going to say 'but he wanted one in NZ' before seeing they're based on the East Cape.. nice find

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  Reply # 558384 15-Dec-2011 16:33
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lol ; yeah I had to double check as the prices were all in US dollars.  Some of their pieces are very good (tho they have a nice price as well)

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  Reply # 558755 16-Dec-2011 16:55
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I find it hard to believe there's no retail store in Hamilton of all places that would sell such things.

Some of the tattoo studios in Wellington have such items, most of the "boutique" jewellery+nick-nack stores should be able to source them too.




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