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tuckshopjewellery:

I have had another super busy day making lots of new stock, here are a few new pieces I have just put in the shop x

Shop it all here: www.tuckshop.etsy.com

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rodonnell-hixenbaugh:

Roman Gold and Pearl Cupid Earrings

A pair of ancient Roman gold earrings in the form of winged cupids (erotes), with antique pearl drops, and modern gold clasps.

www.hixenbaugh.net

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(via Hearts Aflame - Vintage Diamond Ring - The Three Graces)

A center transitional cut diamond of .15 carats glitters its way to the heart of this ring. With a color of H-I, and a clarity of VS2-SI1 its whiteness contrasts with the midnight blues of the sapphires. Its surround is a subtle heart shape all in 18k white gold. On each side two more synthetic sapphires are cut in a heart shape as well. Open basket work of white gold, ribbons and reeded design work envelop this ring with exquisite details. Date: Circa 1930.

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(via Magical Mystery Moonstone Ring - The Three Graces)

Sensuous curves and delicate appearing open work of 14k yellow gold place this Edwardian era ring in its own category. A white moonstone gem of an estimated 6.3 carats has been cut into a modified cabochon. The table (the top section) has a somewhat flattened rather than dome profile which gives an ethereal glow and aura to the gem. A labyrinth of pierced gold with arches and scroll designs woven throughout creates a complementary mounting for such a magic gemstone. Please note that the shank is hallmark on the outside. Date: Circa 1900.

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omgthatdress:

Jabot Pin

1925

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(via Lion’s Share: Star Sapphire Lion Ring - The Three Graces)

A star sapphire cut en cabochon boasts a color not likely to be seen often. A gorgeous lilac hue is stupendous in a cabochon of an estimated 12.8 carats. Truly a one-of-a kind setting sets this personal adornment apart from the masses. One side depicts a realistically modeled and detailed relief image of a male lion and the other that of a female lion. Both of these magnificent royals of the jungle appear to be roaring as though protecting the gem as they would a litter. The male has placed a paw upon the sapphire as a signal of ownership. At the back of the shank their tails cross in unity and affiliation. This ring of 14k yellow gold was originally designed for a man but looks terrific on the hand of a woman. Date: Circa 1965.

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(via Signature Plique à Jour Enamel Ring - The Three Graces)

An august oval chrysocolla gem has been cut en cabochon to an estimated weight of 14.5 carats. Dramatic with its marbled coloration, the stone has been set in a 14k yellow gold bezel with a corded wire border. Surrounding the gold is a series of three rows with a distinctive scalloped pattern. The pattern is deep forest green and gray blue plique à jour enamel. This technique uses transparent enamels set within a pierced metal framework resembling stained glass. Typically there is no backing on the finished product thus the panels of enamel allow light to shine. Large tapering 14k yellow gold shoulders are each embellished with a triangle form emulating the colors of the enamel. Date: Circa 1970 with modern shank.

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dduane:

terezi:

mercurialmalcontent:

For some reason the OP didn’t bother to include a source (??? Why would you do that, why would you post something cool and then not give anyone a way to support the maker), but it appears to be Marty Maker Jewelry on Etsy, who has a whole lot more really cool shit.

(SO MANY EARCUFFS. A blessing for the piercing-less!)

I know where I want a birthday present from~

MY BIRTHDAY’S IN FEBRUARY

Wow.

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