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A Midsummer Night's Dream

‘The course of true love never did run smooth;’ – Lysander

‘I must to the barber’s, monsieur, for methinks I am marvelous hairy about the face.’ – Bottom, as an ass… 415 more words


The word derivation from jewellery means translated valuable treasures. Prehistoric finds prove that people wore chains already in the old stone age to decorate themselves. Today, traditional companies, goldsmiths and designers create diverse collections from necklaces, bracelets, earrings or rings. 105 more words


Mr. Marius

is our jeweller extraordinaire, and he’s the master hand behind this here below,

I met him a short while ago, when looking for a jeweller to alter my other ring (read, … 689 more words


Back to the classics: The fringes

One of the fashion classics are the fringes, tassels or loose ends. Whatever the name may be, this fashion style soon inspired jewelry. From the very beginning of adornment, this was an intuitive form chose to highlight beauty. 349 more words

Trendy Necklaces

Five For Festing

From the early spring, when most of the snow has melted, to the late fall, when it starts coming down again, the daughter (LadyRyl) is reasonably mobile.  927 more words

That's Life

Put a ring on it

I am a total sucker for gorgeous jewellery.

I wear a lot of black so I use jewellery to dress up my outfits and to add that little bit extra. 140 more words



Here resides a deceased moth, forever perpetuated inside this resin necklace. Something I will forever cherish.

I remember visiting my auntie’s house in Kent, and noticing this on her mantlepiece – along with her little collection of typically-her items. 120 more words