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Follow Up on the Pearl Brooch

My Mom read the last post I did on her silver and pearl brooch and she sent me a message with a picture of another brooch.   65 more words

My Jewellery Box

Wedding Shines

Although it might be coming to an end with the last few UV rays of British summer, wedding season is still very much alive and kicking. 458 more words

Passionate about Vintage ... beautiful vintage jewellery and other items ...

I have undertaken a number of photoshoots with the lovely Natalie, owner of Passionate about Vintage and I was delighted to hear that her adventures continue – not only does she have a thriving online shop but now she has ventured into bricks and mortar, having opened a boutique in quirky West Hampstead, north London (more details about the shop are… 151 more words

Product Photography

Melbourne Festival of Creative and Performing Arts

Why not check out Judith Brown’s Wire and Haberdashery Jewellery at Melbourne Arts Trail this weekend!

Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th September

This year over 70 local homes, businesses, halls and churches will be opening their doors to nearly 120 artists in the heart of Melbourne featuring a variety of mediums and styles of work all of which will be for sale from £5 to £5000… 237 more words

To be in Harmony

A garden is something that I see as a wondrous thing.  Nature calls.  I often wonder at the amount of colour we women wear to dress ourselves and how we can’t really seem to rival nature  in all her Beauty. 212 more words

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Vintage Jewels: Sparkly Bow Brooch

This bow brooch is really very pretty. The ribbons are set with large clear sparkly crystals, which are surrounded by ornate silver effect filigree.

This brooch would be perfect on a coat in the Autumn or Winter, and will add a lovely touch of vintage appeal. 21 more words

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Ol' Buddy Opal ;)

As I become fonder and fonder of things like candy floss, unicorns, magic and alike as I near a mid-life crisis at 27 (my second since I was 18) I am learning to appreciate a good gemstone and all the hard work that goes into allowing them to reach their potential. 338 more words