Posts Tagged ‘Césarée Paris’

June is BIG, BOLD JEWELRY month!

I’ve decided that June is BIG, BOLD jewelry month, so each post for the next 4 weeks will be BIG and BOLD.  I’m kicking it off with a piece so large that it’s really more of what I would call a ‘collar’ than a necklace.  This piece is made up of two sections of gold…

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Tassels

Apparently, tassels have a long and storied history.  Stout Brothers, a 90-year-old company that makes tassels and other trimmings for the home, has a fascinating history of tassels on its site, illustrating a necklace incorporating tassels reportedly made during the 18th Dynasty and found in Tutankhamun’s tomb in the Valley of Kings in Egypt. My, tassels…

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Week 1: Unearthing my jewelry collection

Here it is!  The all-new jewelry project.  Maybe I should call it “Where in the world did that piece come from?!”  I don’t know, we’ll see.  For now it’s “Week One of the all-new jewelry project.” At any rate, I selected a piece today from one of my favorite jewelry shops in the world.  IN…

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