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Vacation Stripe Pattern Maxi Dress

Vacation Stripe Pattern Maxi Dress

$23,675 Emerald Bypass Ring | Marissa Collections INBAR

$23,675 Emerald Bypass Ring | Marissa Collections INBAR

Tiffany Picasso Aquamarine Ring. Bold Tiffany Aquamarine Ring designed by Paloma Picasso. The ring is in massive 18k gold and centres a very bright blue and inclusion-free Aquamarine of circa 17 carats.

Tiffany Picasso Aquamarine Ring. Bold Tiffany Aquamarine Ring designed by Paloma Picasso. The ring is in massive 18k gold and centres a very bright blue and inclusion-free Aquamarine of circa 17 carats.

Tiffany & Co. Tourmaline and Gold Ring

Tiffany & Co. Tourmaline and Gold Ring

How To Make Cool Hand Shadow Puppets

How To Make Cool Hand Shadow Puppets

Sombras

Sombras

The boys love doing this

The boys love doing this

Art Nouveau Dragonfly Brooch ~ France late 19th century/early 20th century (attributed to Eugene Feuillatre) mounted en tremblant, its wings plique-a-jour enamel and edged in rose-cut diamonds. Its head with green enamel eyes and a diamond. From the original Fred Leighton! Price $37,500 ~ I love insect brooches!

Art Nouveau Dragonfly Brooch ~ France late 19th century/early 20th century (attributed to Eugene Feuillatre) mounted en tremblant, its wings plique-a-jour enamel and edged in rose-cut diamonds. Its head with green enamel eyes and a diamond. From the original Fred Leighton! Price $37,500 ~ I love insect brooches!

Goud en email horloge

Goud en email horloge

Figure of a griffin. Gold, 4th century BC At the edges of the Persian Empire nomadic peoples also left traces. This area later became part of the Russian Empire, so the spectacular finds from excavations are now part of the Hermitages collection. These nomads from the Scythian Empire built monumental burial mounds known as kurgans. Remarkably, the first excavations date from the time of Peter the Great.

Figure of a griffin. Gold, 4th century BC At the edges of the Persian Empire nomadic peoples also left traces. This area later became part of the Russian Empire, so the spectacular finds from excavations are now part of the Hermitages collection. These nomads from the Scythian Empire built monumental burial mounds known as kurgans. Remarkably, the first excavations date from the time of Peter the Great.