The "Anchor of Resilience"
A small pendant representing balance and ability to withstand life and its day to day challenges. This piece is inspired by the [OMFG] steampunk collection designed in 2007 which became popular on the 3D virtual platform of SL.
This item is a design of Cody Rauh, aka Perefim or Failed Inventor.
The Legendary Pendant which started the [OMFG] brand!
Formerly known as the "Pendant of Penumbra" the original pendant Strength, Endurance and Progress. This piece is inspired by the [OMFG] Geared Pendant designed in 2007 which became popular on the 3D virtual platform of SL. This item is a designed and owned by the creator Cody Rauh aka Perefim / Failed Inventor.
In 2012 the pendant was renamed the Pendant of Lyart after the "Order of Lyart" formed by Cody Rauh, both the designer of the pendant and founder of the order. As he turned his attention towards goals of infusing respect, honor and community back into society.
The "Heart of the Part Maker" is said to the very heart of the creator himself. According to ancient legend, once upon a time the heart of a part maker was broken. In order to be able to create again he first had to repair his own heart. Using his creativity he crafted the forged metal from his very own creations to replace the broken pieces.
The "Raven's Web" is said to be a power symbol for women. Originally related to the concept of a Black Widow, or lady of death. The women whom wear this mark are said to be wild and non comformist, thus making them extremely desirable and exciting.
This is the N8B Pocket Vault by FE Energy, LLC
This hard case wallet is designed with the future suave and techie guy or gal in mind. Flaunt your hardware while paying on the go, and use your bank/debit card without ever having to display the amount of cash you have on hand!
Features a front face ID slot to display your identity quick and easy.
8mm Neodymium magnet latch helps keeps your contents secure. ( to recieve the latch magnets please contact merchant with info. Free of cost! )
This is the Ornament I designed for my father, unfortunately couldn't get the camera to focus on it correctly to see the detail of it quiet as well as you can with the other I made for my mom. Which can be seen here: http://www.shapeways.com/model/820906/rose-holiday-ornament.html?li=productBox-search