Throne of Glass fans, rejoice! Etsy now features an array of jewelry inspired by your favorite book series. While fandom-inspired accessories often range from pretty, fun, to cheesy, the Throne of Glass jewelry you can find on Etsy is surprisingly wearable. Here are a few of our favorites:

Eye of Elena Necklace
The eye of Elena may have been destroyed in the series, but that doesn't mean you can’t enjoy your own Throne of Glass amulet. In the books, the Eye of Elena is a necklace said to give its wearer magical protection. While Etsy designers probably can’t infuse their pieces with ancient magic, they can create ones that are equal parts elegant and true to aesthetic of the text - like this necklace.

Amulet of Orynth
The Amulet of Orynth is described as a sky-blue disk with the head of a stag carved in bone, crowned with a flaming start that watches over the family of Galathynius. This necklace isn’t just for cosplay, though, and is wearable enough to complement virtually any bohemian-inspired outfit. (That said, it would be great for Sardothien cosplay, too!)

The Thirteen” Inspired Enamel Pin
If you want something a little more subtle, check out this pin inspired by the Blackbeak witches. With each of the witches’ names carved around the edge of the pin, this piece spares no detail for true fans. It’s handmade, too - making it an excellent addition to any Throne of Glass jewelry collection.

More about Throne of Glass
Throne of Glass is a high-fantasy book series by American author Sarah J. Maas. Bloomsbury Publishing published the first installment in 2012 and the series concluded in 2018. It follows the journey of a young assassin named Celaena who finds adventure, unexpected friendship, and conspiracy as she navigates a tyrannical kingdom and fights for her freedom.

Hey, if you’re the kind of reader who loves a good fantasy romance (I know that I am) you can check out my list of books that are like Throne of Glass at

I know that not everyone loves a steamy romance (and I don’t “get you” but I know that you exist) but I just adore a chance to wrap myself in a world of passion and conflict that brings out the fiery beast inside of me. Well, until next time, Reader.

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Misty Jhones