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Copper heartbeat  Bangle

Copper heartbeat Bangle

With a jubilant burst of Mediterranean colour and charm, this Spring/Summer 2014 Vivienne Westwood introduces the Apollonia Collection. Radiating vivid colour and shining with turquoise crystals, the Apollonia eye, which features centrally on the earrings originates from the traditional Eastern European amulet, to ward away bad fortune.

With a jubilant burst of Mediterranean colour and charm, this Spring/Summer 2014 Vivienne Westwood introduces the Apollonia Collection. Radiating vivid colour and shining with turquoise crystals, the Apollonia eye, which features centrally on the earrings originates from the traditional Eastern European amulet, to ward away bad fortune.

Mediterranean Coral of Sciacca and gold Bracelet, Neapolitan manufacture, late XIX century

Mediterranean Coral of Sciacca and gold Bracelet, Neapolitan manufacture, late XIX century

Ancient Greek Jewelry.

Ancient Greek Jewelry.

Do It Yourself Storage Bin Projects

Do It Yourself Storage Bin Projects

Egyptian Earrings in carved silver

Egyptian Earrings in carved silver

Visualizza immagine di origine

Visualizza immagine di origine

Turkey | Silver and Bronze

Turkey | Silver and Bronze

raw blood diamonds | red this deep blood red natural mediterranean coral european diamond ...

raw blood diamonds | red this deep blood red natural mediterranean coral european diamond ...

At the Schuckmuseum Pforzheim, Germany: Heavenly Bodies The Sun, Moon and Stars in Jewellery 8/7/2016-30/10/2016 The myths surrounding precious metals are closely linked to our celestial bodies. In many early cultures and on all continents, the sun, moon and stars were considered to be divine signs in the sky that were revered as much as they were feared, being regarded both as preservers of happiness and prosperity and as harbingers of evil. Poets, composers, painters and artisans from…

At the Schuckmuseum Pforzheim, Germany: Heavenly Bodies The Sun, Moon and Stars in Jewellery 8/7/2016-30/10/2016 The myths surrounding precious metals are closely linked to our celestial bodies. In many early cultures and on all continents, the sun, moon and stars were considered to be divine signs in the sky that were revered as much as they were feared, being regarded both as preservers of happiness and prosperity and as harbingers of evil. Poets, composers, painters and artisans from…

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