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1928 vintage Jewelry

1928 vintage Jewelry

Filigree Flower Brooch. 1928 vintage Jewelry

1928 vintage Jewelry
Initially, the company 128 founded by Melvyn Bernie began its production in 1968. Noteworthy, he signed an exclusive licensing agreement with the Vatican Library in Rome. Thus, he received the right to recreate the artifacts found in the unrivaled collections, kept in the Vatican library. Using all their skills and experience, the company 1928 fully justified the expectations of the Vatican, showed the ability to make a tasteful decoration, keeping all the value of the originals. In particular, rosaries, jewelry boxes, key rings, necklaces, bracelets, brooches and earrings.
1928 Jewelry Company produces jewellery exclusively for premium department stores – class Macy’s. More than 40 years the brand 1928 used the wealth of vintage European and American storage. While the basis for the production of the company consists of vintage items, line 1928 is focused on the incredible combination of antiquities and the most modern trends.
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Christmas star Poinsettia

Christmas star Poinsettia

Christmas star Poinsettia

On Christmas eve it is customary in European countries to give Poinsettia as a gift. Poinsettia is a very beautiful plant, topped with huge crimson flowers resembling stars. Christmas plant Poinsettia is very elegant and festive, creates a joyful mood. There are varieties of cream, white and pink color, but the most popular is still red. The star-shaped leaf pattern symbolizes the Star of Bethlehem, and the red color represents the blood sacrifice through the crucifixion of Jesus. Poinsettia decorates Christmas homes, churches, offices, stores. In the United States, December 12 is National Poinsettia Day.
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Precious triad Cross-Anchor-Heart

Precious triad Cross-Anchor-Heart

Precious triad Cross-Anchor-Heart

Faith, hope and love – three Christian virtues, mentioned in the first letter to the Corinthians from the Apostle Paul: “And now these three remain: faith, hope and love; but the greatest of these is love. (1 Cor. 13:13)” These virtues are of great importance for Christianity. Three signs of triad – Cross – Anchor – Heart, according to historians, for thousands of years are an allegory to describe the three main Christian virtues: faith, hope and love. Together, they symbolize the Holy Trinity. In Europe, you can meet these designations in architecture, ornaments, patterns. Sometimes artists portray the Virgin and angels that keep the allegorical subjects. Precious triad Cross-Anchor-Heart was often depicted in the works of jewelers of the late 18-19 centuries. It is believed that the jewelry with symbols of the Cross – Anchor – Heart came into vogue in the 1830s, and for decades remained in favor.
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Jewellery lover Agatha Christie

Jewellery lover Agatha Christie

Jewellery lover Agatha Christie

Famous English detective story writer Agatha Christie loved and wore jewellery – brooches, necklaces, earrings, pendants. After her death in 1976 at the age of 95, has left at least one secret: the location of her family jewels. The mystery of her inheritance was in the best traditions of the immortal works of the writer. In 2006, some Jennifer Grant, fan of creativity of Agatha Christie, took part in the sale of items from the home of the writer in Greenville. She bought 100 pounds trunk that belonged to the mother of the writer. It is noteworthy that Madame Grant bought a chest without a key, and more than four years did not open it, not wanting to spoil a thing. But in 2010, curiosity outweighed practicality and she broke the chest with a simple crowbar.
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Albert Weiss jewellery

Extra large and impressive butterfly pin. Albert Weiss jewellery

Extra large and impressive butterfly pin brooch Albert Weiss jewellery

Albert Weiss jewellery
Founded in New York in 1942 by Albert Weiss, the company got his name. Prior to that, Weiss had worked for a long time in the company of Coro and therefore knew a lot about jewelry. He imported rhinestone from Austria, created ornaments by hand. The design and quality were on top, and because of it, many ladies began to change such loud brands as Dior, Chanel, Haskell to jewelry from Weiss.
So, the company started to grow and in just a few years has become very popular. To keep up to carry out orders, the company opened its production in Germany, France, and Rhode Island. Later, Albert Weiss handed his Jewelry Company to his son Michael. However, he closed the company in 1971 for financial reasons and the company ceased to exist. Today jewelry by Albert Weiss enjoys unprecedented popularity among the fashionistas and lovers of vintage.
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Rene Lalique Art Nouveau jewellery

Rene Lalique Art Nouveau jewellery

A gold sylph spreads her plique-ajour enamel and diamond wings to fill the dog collar plaque. The gold veins of the wings and the crustaceous tail are lightly colored with a thin layer of transparent green enamel. The ethereal being seems made out of air and light, characteristic of her sphere. Rene Lalique Art Nouveau jewellery

Rene Lalique Art Nouveau jewellery
French jeweler and glass-maker, Rene Jules Lalique (1860 – 1945) is one of the outstanding representatives of Art Nouveau. Rene Lalique was a revolutionary in jeweler’s art in every sense of the word. Pushing aside gold and diamonds, he experimented with amber, enamel, metal alloys, glass, favorite semi-precious stones, horn and tortoiseshell. And – the most interesting – the public madly in love with his ornaments. The images and figures appeared out of the very thick fog of Nouveau: dragonflies and scarabs, peacocks and ears of wheat, thin silhouettes of women: in some of them is possible to recognize the features of Rene Lalique muse Augustine-Alice Ledru, whose father and brother used to assist Roden. Rene Lalique always followed the rule of three French “F” – Femme, Fauna, Flora, which still remains the motto of the house.
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VS angel Candice Swanepoel

VS angel Candice Swanepoel

VS angel Candice Swanepoel

Beautiful supermodel Candice Swanepoel was the first model from South Africa participating in show of Victoria’s Secret. Candice Swanepoel was repeatedly named one of the most beautiful women in the world. In 2011-2012 Candice Swanepoel took 10th place in the list of highest-paid models in the world according to the magazine Forbes, earning over $ 3 million a year. By the end of May 2012 – May 2013’s ranked 9th place in the list of Forbes, as one of the most highly paid models. Candice Swanepoel has been participating in the show Victoria’s secret since 2007 participates, and in 2010 became an angel of the American brand. She is considered an icon of the industry, listed in the ranking of Money Girls and took 2nd place in the ranking of the sexiest models on the version of the site Models.com.
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