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A cup of tea is just a strong, loud whistle away with KitchenAid's whistling tea kettle.

A cup of tea is just a strong, loud whistle away with KitchenAid's whistling tea kettle.

George III gold and agate lion cameo mounted oval box, c.1810 , the cover inset with an oblong cornelian carved with a lion walking toward the right, chased and engaved foliate scroll border on a matt ground, the sides and base with similar borders, base with concentric engine turned panel, continuous wavy line panel sides

George III gold and agate lion cameo mounted oval box, c.1810 , the cover inset with an oblong cornelian carved with a lion walking toward the right, chased and engaved foliate scroll border on a matt ground, the sides and base with similar borders, base with concentric engine turned panel, continuous wavy line panel sides

New givewaway entry method: Fill in our short survey below to get 10 entry points! We have wonderful news for the month of October! We will be giving away one Silver Claddagh Twist Rope Design ring to one lucky Shanore … Continue reading →

October Giveaway: Win a Silver Claddagh Twist Rope Design

New givewaway entry method: Fill in our short survey below to get 10 entry points! We have wonderful news for the month of October! We will be giving away one Silver Claddagh Twist Rope Design ring to one lucky Shanore … Continue reading →

Love this!! Simple is better. I hate decked out rings. They look gaudy to me. This is what I would want fa shooooo :))))

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Love this!! Simple is better. I hate decked out rings. They look gaudy to me. This is what I would want fa shooooo :))))

1769 American (Pennsylvania) Shaving dish at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - This shaving dish has a German inscription on it, which translates to "Shave me beautiful and fine that I will please the beloved one of mine."  This is proof in an artifact, in my opinion, that it was desirable for a man to be clean-shaven in the 18th century.

1769 American (Pennsylvania) Shaving dish at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - This shaving dish has a German inscription on it, which translates to "Shave me beautiful and fine that I will please the beloved one of mine." This is proof in an artifact, in my opinion, that it was desirable for a man to be clean-shaven in the 18th century.

Antique gold, cornelian and gem set box, Swiss c.1820

Antique gold, cornelian and gem set box, Swiss c.1820

Angel Soft, Double Rolls, [4 Rolls*12 Pack] = 48 Total Count

Angel Soft, Double Rolls, [4 Rolls*12 Pack] = 48 Total Count

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