Spooky Season Gift Guide

The weather is getting cooler, the days are getting shorter, and the aisles in the grocery store are filled with Halloween costumes and candy! While this spooky season might look a little different than usual, that's no reason not to celebrate. Check out Kentuck's best Halloween finds!


Black Cat Necklace-Debra Farley

No bad luck here! This necklace made by The Charming Cherub also features a mirror on the back of the pendant--perfect for a quick hair or mask check before going somewhere!

Skeleton Arms Earrings-Ricky Boscarino

These lifelike earrings come in either bronze or sterling silver and are the perfect accessory for this season! (Although we would definitely wear them year round!)


Spooky Pins-Sarah Morgan

Accent your spookiest outfit with these Argentium Silver pins cast by Sarah Morgan!


Dragon Hand Vessel-Corinne Cox

This vessel is the perfect size to keep some Halloween treats at your desk! Who says this isn't a time to treat yourself?


Jack O'Lantern Bracelet-Debra Farley

It's fall, y'all, which means pumpkins are everywhere. Show your pumpkin pride with this cuff bracelet and get inspired to carve your own this October!


Skull Rings-Kayla Moring

We love these clay skulls! The adjustable band helps you find the perfect fit, and the pastel colors are incredibly fun.


Coffin Necklace or Spider Pendant-Ricky Boscarino

This tiny coffin and skeleton are a delicate way to add the Halloween ambiance into your wardrobe.


Bat Boy Necklace-Debra Farley

This funky necklace is sure to showcase your love for the spookiest season and for supporting artists!


Pumpkin Earrings-Sarah Morgan

A subtle accessory for the season, these earrings are made with Argentium silver by Alabama artist Sarah Morgan. Prefer a pin? Check out the skull!


Witchy Vintage Postcard Necklaces-Debra Farley

With two sides to each pendant, these necklaces are sure to become a regular staple. Bewitch everyone with your excellent jewelry taste!


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