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Off The Maps // Tw×To (Stiklaus)
After Stiles had gone void, he couldn't stand it the pack pushed him out piece by piece. They seemed to say that they forgave him, made claims about this was for the best; but truthfully? They never forgave him, they could never forgive him no matter how hard they tried. Stiles knew it, they knew it. An it killed him inside. So he's going to fix it all. Except, there was a slight mess up somewhere. Now he's off the map, and Lydia went with him too.. [started] 4/3/17 [published] 9/3/17 [finished] [total words] ©stylxesgrunge
Amazingly curious collectibles mementos necklace assemblage 1800s vintage jewelry statement CDV Fortune God mourning hair French perfume
Presenting a multitude of amazingly curious and lovely remnants / mementos of the Victorian era to mid 1900's, on an antique brass tone glass bead necklace. I have been collecting vintage, antique and Victorian era memorabilia for a long time and I truly enjoy selecting these beautifully crafted bits of the past to make these stunning, over the top statement necklaces. Being able to repurpose and up-cycle small elegant bits of the past is the wonderful culmination of searching for these lovely trinkets. Some interesting items: From left to right, starting with picture #5: - a beautifully luminescent mother of pearl button with another rectangular and carved/dyed MOP button glued on top. - a lovely engraved rectangular Victorian locket, in good working order (also see picture 9) - an antique micro mosaic with goldstone brooch - a Taille D'Epargne brooch, with pin back removed - "Hold Fast That Which is Good" A devotional pin from the early 1900's. David C Cook Publishing Co. Picture #6 : - The open locket from picture#4. Picture #7: - A miniature perfume bottle from a set from France, probably dating to the early to mid 1900's. - An amazing Mourning Hair button. These were popular in the 1800's. When someone passed, hair was sometimes fashioned into jewelry or memorial button pieces. The hair is very finely woven in this button, and the paint in missing in some places. It is easily mistaken for woven fabric. - An antique pictorial button. - a micro mosaic brooch Picture #8 -a black onyx Victorian brooch -a very cool early ointment tin...a free sample size. Ec-To Balm - an antique amethyst cufflink - a very worn, old heart cufflink. Picture #4 - Starting at the watch. This is a vintage watch from the mid-1900's. It does not work - The picture framed by a vintage gold brooch is a print of a CDV (Carte de Visite) of two children. CDV's date to the early 1900's.The brooch has a red stone in it. - This is a rare item. The face is one of the Noh Play masks of the Japanese Theater Buttons. I have backed it on a piece of brass filigree. His name is Kumasaka, a famous Brigand Chief. I believe these were produced in the mid 1900's. - And the lovely centerpiece. This is a very old brooch. There are about 36 articulated metal bars that drop from the top. It's a cool sensation to run your fingers along them and watch them fall into place. This amazing necklace has 17 collectible treasures on it and is 17" long. I have included an extension of 5". Please contact me if you have any questions about any of these components. Pictures 2 and 3 show two different lengths that this necklace can be worn. I work with antique and vintage parts. Some may show signs of wear or age. Please look at each picture closely. I have tried to show all aspects of my work. Please contact me before purchasing if you have any questions or would like more clarity in a picture. I like to think that older items have a character that newer parts have not yet earned.
What I Wish I Was Wearing — Kaylee Ward
So let's get to it! Here's a little look into the clothes that have been flowing through my mind the last few months, that I so desperately wish were hanging in my closet!
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Learning to Make Jewelry
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