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Handmade copper earrings. Solid copper wire was used to form these earrings. The ear wires are also solid copper. They were hammered for

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Handmade copper earrings. Solid copper wire was used to form these earrings. The ear wires are also solid copper. They were hammered for

Homemade jewelry cleaner - I have tried this and am so happy to say it cleaned even the most tarnished of pieces I had about given up on! Will never buy it in the store again!! (Instead of the foil thing, I used my Lasonic cleaning machine though and it was magic!)

Homemade jewelry cleaner - I have tried this and am so happy to say it cleaned even the most tarnished of pieces I had about given up on! Will never buy it in the store again!! (Instead of the foil thing, I used my Lasonic cleaning machine though and it was magic!)

Awesome Custom Ring Box inspired by the movie UP! This was the perfect surprise for this adventurous couple! Watch the Proposal here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9y92mPfYZ5c

Awesome Custom Ring Box inspired by the movie UP! This was the perfect surprise for this adventurous couple! Watch the Proposal here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9y92mPfYZ5c

Behold! The one set of silverware to rule them all! This Setae flatware set has garnered massive acclaim online for it's distinct design reminiscent of the jewelry worn by the elves in Lord of the Ring. The delicate and intertwining silver strands were created using 3D printing techniques by the artisans at @francisbitontistudio. #LOTR #Elvish #3dprinting

Behold! The one set of silverware to rule them all! This Setae flatware set has garnered massive acclaim online for it's distinct design reminiscent of the jewelry worn by the elves in Lord of the Ring. The delicate and intertwining silver strands were created using 3D printing techniques by the artisans at @francisbitontistudio. #LOTR #Elvish #3dprinting

The 'Palais de la Kasbah Oudayas' was the first royal residence built by the Moroccan kings and dates from the reign of Moulay Ismail between 1672 and 1694.  This was a very modest home that was remodeled during the French protectorate in 1917.  The palace has undergone many restorations, but remains a typical Moroccan house.   Today it houses the National Museum of the Jewelry, and serves primarily as an official reception facility, because its main attraction remains the adjoining garden…

The 'Palais de la Kasbah Oudayas' was the first royal residence built by the Moroccan kings and dates from the reign of Moulay Ismail between 1672 and 1694. This was a very modest home that was remodeled during the French protectorate in 1917. The palace has undergone many restorations, but remains a typical Moroccan house. Today it houses the National Museum of the Jewelry, and serves primarily as an official reception facility, because its main attraction remains the adjoining garden…

REVIVALIST RING WITH HAND HOLFING A HEART. Italy, Rome, signed Castellani, c. 1860–1870. Gold and ruby. In the nineteenth century, archaeological finds, especially in Rome, led to a greater interest in Antiquity and the revival of ancient styles. Ultimately the jewelry of the ancient Etruscans and Romans were the inspiration for “archaeological-style” jewelry, which was highly fashionable from about the 1860s to 1880s.

REVIVALIST RING WITH HAND HOLFING A HEART. Italy, Rome, signed Castellani, c. 1860–1870. Gold and ruby. In the nineteenth century, archaeological finds, especially in Rome, led to a greater interest in Antiquity and the revival of ancient styles. Ultimately the jewelry of the ancient Etruscans and Romans were the inspiration for “archaeological-style” jewelry, which was highly fashionable from about the 1860s to 1880s.

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