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ok first up. an eiffel tower necklace. surprise! im kidding. i think ive gone paris crazy over the last couple of years. probably due to buying french medal charms in bulk. i told alvaro ok i wont buy anymore paris themed charms but the next day i bought these gigantic eiffel towers! i never seen em so big. oops but how can one resist. the romance of the stereotype that is french. paris to be exact... this gorgeous necklace features oxidized brass charms, a thick long necklace chain, a bit of faux pearl chain, a pink rose and green leaf, some lace... oui oui..
here is a new style of the rusty bird cage necklace! this bird cage necklace features a lovely bit of vintage faux pearl bead chain (cherry brand made in japan, from the 20's!) a gorgeous dusty rose and little green leaf. So pretty and shabby chic!
a clean and crisp flower necklace. large cream colored rose with blue amazonite gemstone beads.. the flower is set onto a thick cast filigree setting... its absolutely gorgeous...
these envelope locket necklaces are available in my online shop right now (not on etsy)
they have been oxidized by me (or they come like that, you can tell buy the finish i think...the diamonds pattern came in the antique gold finish while the other two i did myself)
ive added birds to them, so cute, these birds make the now classic envelope locket so special. a tiny flying bird on one side, or in the case of the floral locket, two nesting birdies on either side...
this lovely design has a vintage black and white cameo of a mother and child (or is it an angel) clustered together with a wonderful 3D rose and leaf charm which i oxidized and finished myself. classic!
this necklace. it may not look like much (i didnt really take a good pic) but this yellow is super amazing. its that kind of acidic yellow. great for adding a splash of color to an otherwise neutral or muted outfit. best part of all its vintage Western German glass beads from the 1950's. this simple necklace goes great with black and white (stripes!) grays and dark colors. it pretty much goes with anything that it goes with, and id say thats a lot! i wore one for a couple of weeks and received endless compliments on it (most of them went like: oh what a great color)
this pretty necklace is one of my favorites at the moment. the details are wonderful. clean and ornate. ornately clean. pretty, feminine and just lovely.
a victorian style hand charm, a teardrop locket stamped with a rose design and a creamy flower charm made myself.
this pretty thing was inspired by all those british historical dramas i love to watch. mainly due to the sets and costumes. boys tend rolls their eyes when its my turn to choose a movie... how can you not appreciate all that detail on their clothing. back in the day it must have been insane. i saw the movie on that poet who died young and his girlfriend. (ugh see i really dont care for their names or anything, i just look at the clothes) anyway yes, the young girlfriend was considered 'fashionable' so it was interesting to see her victorian stylee dresses, glove details, mushroom collars and what not. i like. so this necklace = that. hehe
and an old favorite. busy as a bee, revised. cute. how can you not?
pa dah. there are more. ill be back.