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CZ BY KENNETH JAY LANE Caribbean Enamel Bangle

Lucky Love Purse: Smoke #shophopes

Wrap Bracelet Honey now featured on Fab. Stone + SmithJewelry That Rocks No surprise that the daughter of a mechanic and a quilter would grow up to love all things metal and malleable. Designer and trained metalsmith Melissa Lynn turns stones and metals into fierce jewelry. Inspired by mixed metals, symmetry, Erykah Badu, and the sweet, sweet South, these pieces are modern rustic classics.

from Etsy

Strikingly Sapphire Blue Agate Slice Earrings - Geode Earrings - Geode Druzy - Stone Jewelry

Vintage Era Glam… Reminiscent of Paradise Filled Blue Ocean Waters capturing Sparkling Glimpses of White Sanded Beaches. This Glimmering Blue Agate Slice Earring is shimmering with natural shine radiating from all angles. These earrings are glistening with a Sparkling Quartz and gently dipped in 16K Gold and dangled from French Earwires. Amazingly Glamorous!! Perfect for Weddings/ Special Occasions!! Total Length: 2 inches Contact me for multiples of any item you are shopping for any occasion/bridal party. Each item is exclusively made for You by Vintage Pinch Inc.

from Polyvore

Skulls <3

Punk / rock / skull / cute girl outfit / black

"A Quickie...hmph :/" by perichaze on Polyvore featuring Balmain, Ippolita, Giuseppe Zanotti, Gucci, Michelle Campbell Jewelry, Azature and Marc Jacobs

Turquoise rocks this spring: Skye Jewelry Collection: chicos jewelry -great with the white top for casual wear.

"And I placed Sophia's crown on her coffin, The wood is ivory with metal details about it, it is beautiful just like she was, and it" -A.C Garbarino- The funerals

Fabergé carved rock crystal japonica by workmaster Henrik Emanuel Wigström, c. 1900. Gold, nephrite, enamel, rose diamonds. Stanislaw Poklewski-Koziell - who purchased this flower model and the Chrysanthemum in the Royal Collection - was ‘perhaps the most prolific present giver the world has ever seen’. He was a councillor at the Russian Embassy in London and a great friend of Edward VII. It is assumed that this flower was a gift from him to Queen Alexandra.