“Happiness is a by-product of an effort to make someone else happy.”
I am going to make you very happy with these gorgeous vintage daisy clip-on earrings.
Some people clean their pearls in salt water.
I like to swipe mine with a clean cloth lightly dipped in olive oil.
Occasionally, I roll my pearls over my forehead.
My make-up free forehead. Sounds bizarre. Works a treat.
The natural oils in skin bring out the lustre of the pearls.
Which is why pearls should be worn. They improve each time you wear them.
Pearl earrings widen your smile, and actually make your teeth look whiter.
What’s not to like?
Buy them here.
We’re talking Michael Monet here, not Claude.
Although there is something quite impressionistic about the finish and texture of these lovely earrings:
Around the time that Claude Monet was putting the finishing touches to his water lillies at Giverny, Michael Monet was launching his costume jewellery business with just $4 to his name.
You can be part of the Monet narrative with these fab drop earrings. They are wonderful quality, and in excellent condition, signed, and perfect for the costume jewellery collector.
These hoop earrings are lush.
Depicting flowers and butterflies, they are beautifully made, super quality, and perfect to complement any outfit.
Very on trend, the colours are vibrant, just what we need after a very monochrome winter.
Butterflies are amazing insects aren’t they? They taste with their feet, and drink from muddy puddles, some butterflies live for only 2 – 4 weeks.
Romantic creatures featuring in ancient myths and legends, their beauty and fragility are renowned.
These stunning earrings will last a little longer than 2 – 4 weeks, and you can treat yourself here!
November 6, 2013 · 12:31 pm
The Scottish company who makes this kilt pin was founded by the late Scottish industrialist, Hamish Dawson-Bowman, for the express purpose of introducing a new sense of purpose and pride of achievement into the lives of disabled ex-servicemen, by reviving the ancient art of the Scottish silversmith which had so long remained dormant. Quality, dependability and customer care have long been hallmarks of this company and are just a few of the traditional values which the third generation of the family is committed to upholding.
Filed under 1980's, Accessories, Antique, costume jewellery, Gorgeous, Jewelry, Retro, Vintage, vintage jewellery
Tagged as Brooch, Dawson Bowman, kilt pin, Scottish, shawl pin, thistle, vintage brooch