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Trousers : Trousers Pleety Pockets

Trousers : Trousers Pleety Pockets

Amalthee. I've admired this for so long I should just order the whole thing and get on with my life! What? Sold out? Nooooo!

Amalthee. I've admired this for so long I should just order the whole thing and get on with my life! What? Sold out? Nooooo!

FW14 Alma Mater - Catwalk

FW14 Alma Mater - Catwalk

Daniela Gregis

Daniela Gregis

Rough-Cut Long Wire Earrings: Lisa Crowder: Gold  Silver Earrings - Artful Home

Rough-Cut Long Wire Earrings: Lisa Crowder: Gold Silver Earrings - Artful Home

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10896198_525810230893642_4385050074579952035_o.jpg 2.046×1.598 piksel

SALE Sterling Silver Stud Earrings, Small Geometric Silver Earrings, Silver Minimalist Earrings, Small Pentagon Stud

SALE Sterling Silver Stud Earrings, Small Geometric Silver Earrings, Silver Minimalist Earrings, Small Pentagon Stud

Artsy yet classic, Sibilia for IMPERIO jp earrings can be found in museum shops from London to Tokyo, and now on Taigan. These are the large drops in vermeil with a patina finish, super lightweight. Please avoid spraying perfume or showering/swimming with these earrings as it may affect the Patina...

Artsy yet classic, Sibilia for IMPERIO jp earrings can be found in museum shops from London to Tokyo, and now on Taigan. These are the large drops in vermeil with a patina finish, super lightweight. Please avoid spraying perfume or showering/swimming with these earrings as it may affect the Patina...

"Four solid gold necklaces found in the floodplains of the Gelderland IJssel near Olst. The neck rings may be made ​​of melted Late Roman gold coins, 'solidi'. The decorations on the jewelry are simple and a typical Germanic style. The gold is extremely fine, no less than 22 karat. This jewelry may have belonged to prominent Germanic chieftains who had contact with the Roman Empire. Here they may have sacrificed their neck rings in the river to the gods, ca. 400 A.D."

"Four solid gold necklaces found in the floodplains of the Gelderland IJssel near Olst. The neck rings may be made ​​of melted Late Roman gold coins, 'solidi'. The decorations on the jewelry are simple and a typical Germanic style. The gold is extremely fine, no less than 22 karat. This jewelry may have belonged to prominent Germanic chieftains who had contact with the Roman Empire. Here they may have sacrificed their neck rings in the river to the gods, ca. 400 A.D."