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Tanzanite and rose gold ring

Tanzanite and rose gold ring

Fortuny: " ...the columns repeated in the mirror of the fabric, of an intense blue which, as my gaze extended over it, was changed into a malleable gold, by those same transmutations which, before the advancing gondolas, change into flaming metal the azure of the Grand Canal." (Marcel Proust, The Captive)

Fortuny: " ...the columns repeated in the mirror of the fabric, of an intense blue which, as my gaze extended over it, was changed into a malleable gold, by those same transmutations which, before the advancing gondolas, change into flaming metal the azure of the Grand Canal." (Marcel Proust, The Captive)

Fortuny stenciled velvet short jacket, ca 1930 [1740] - back by Atelier Sol, via Flickr, originally on VintageTextile.com

Fortuny stenciled velvet short jacket, ca 1930 [1740] - back by Atelier Sol, via Flickr, originally on VintageTextile.com

i will make this - and it WILL take up a whole wall.

i will make this - and it WILL take up a whole wall.

Elegance

Elegance

the wood sculpture and poetry of j christopher white

the wood sculpture and poetry of j christopher white

Suspension. Gold, diamonds, turquoise, garnets. Faberge, master M. Perkhin Russia, St. Petersburg, before 1898. Length of 1.6 cm Russian National Museum

Suspension. Gold, diamonds, turquoise, garnets. Faberge, master M. Perkhin Russia, St. Petersburg, before 1898. Length of 1.6 cm Russian National Museum

Porpita porpita, commonly known as the blue button, is a marine organism consisting of a colony of hydroids found in tropical waters from California to the tropical Pacific, the Atlantic and Indian oceans It is often mistaken for a jellyfish, but although jellyfish and the blue buttons are part of the same phylum (Cnidaria), the blue button is part of the class Hydrozoa.

Porpita porpita, commonly known as the blue button, is a marine organism consisting of a colony of hydroids found in tropical waters from California to the tropical Pacific, the Atlantic and Indian oceans It is often mistaken for a jellyfish, but although jellyfish and the blue buttons are part of the same phylum (Cnidaria), the blue button is part of the class Hydrozoa.

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