Monthly Archives: December 2014

Louis Feraud for Brigitte Bardot

 

Louis Ferabulous

Louis Ferabulous

 

Here we have a stunning choker by renowned French fashion designer Louis Feraud.

Feraud was most famous for creating the lush movie wardrobe of Brigitte Bardot during the 1950’s.

This gorgeous signed necklace features his logo and the heart shaped pendant is suspended from a luxury silk cord.

Signed costume jewellery of this calibre will be the must have antique of the future.

INVEST HERE now, when it is still so affordable! CLICK on the photo for further details.

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Filed under 1950's, 1980's, Accessories, Beauty, costume jewellery, Fashion, Jewellery, Jewelry, Vintage, vintage jewelry

Hiatus

It’s possible the more observant amongst you may have noticed a recent blogging hiatus.

I moved house.

HURRAH!

Now I live near here:

Shropshire Union Canal

Shropshire Union Canal

 

And take the dog for walks here:

Pedro at Wharton Locks

Pedro at Wharton Locks

In the countryside. Proper rural. With mud and tractors and a real pub.

And I can see the stars at night. So many stars. In a vast inky sky.

I love it.

Where is your favourite dog walk?

And if you don’t have a little canine pal, where is your favourite walk that involves a proper pub?

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Filed under Cheshire, Community, Dogwalking, English Countryside, Tarporley