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Single Shells  These earrings were created to specifically incorporate the finding into the design of the piece.  The hollow shell hangs from the wire portion, which fits into the earlobe separately.  Available in 3 sizes

Single Shells These earrings were created to specifically incorporate the finding into the design of the piece. The hollow shell hangs from the wire portion, which fits into the earlobe separately. Available in 3 sizes

Daniele Geargeoura ~ Magnetic Brooch//

DANIELE GEARGEOURA-UK ~ Magnetic Brooch "The signature collection, 'Attract' features bold, spherical forms which contain magnets as unique attachment mechanisms - brooches, cufflinks and clasps.

September 2016 | The Carrotbox modern jewellery blog and shop — obsessed with rings

The Carrotbox - glass rings, plastic rings, lucite rings, stone rings and other non-metal chunky cocktail rings

October 2016 | The Carrotbox modern jewellery blog and shop — obsessed with rings

The Carrotbox - glass rings, plastic rings, lucite rings, stone rings and other non-metal chunky cocktail rings

February 2017 | The Carrotbox modern jewellery blog and shop — obsessed with rings

The Carrotbox - glass rings, plastic rings, lucite rings, stone rings and other non-metal chunky cocktail rings

The Carrotbox modern jewellery blog and shop — obsessed with rings

The Carrotbox - glass rings, plastic rings, lucite rings, stone rings and other non-metal chunky cocktail rings

LATE RENAISSANCE DIAMOND CLUSTER RING WITH OPIUM COMPARTMENT, Spain?, about 1630–1640, gold, diamond. Such ring was “locket ring,” which contained miniature of loved ones or of royal or political persons. Some rings with compartments held religious relics, but others were intended to contain poison to allow the surreptitious removal of enemies or rivals by lacing their food or drink. The compartment was intended to contain an opiate in some form or other. The whole bezel represents the…

Diamond Cluster Ring with Opium Compartment - c. 1640 - diamonds and gold - “locket ring” could contain miniatures of loved ones or of royals or religious relics - others were intended to contain poison, usually an opiate - bezel represents the poppy