A fashion look from February 2015 featuring shift dress, French Connection and silver jewelry./ Skye Dupree seemed to belong in another era. She adored anything from the early sixties. She was enthralled with Alex's mother CeeCee. Tihere was a picture framed at her salon. Alex liked to avoid it, and it made Skye sad that she could not appreciate the woman for her talent, not that it was any of her business.
A chatelaine which was displayed at the Great Exhibition of 1851. Before the 1850s pockets were uncommon in female clothing and so women used chatelaines as a fashionable, decorative means of carrying small and useful items. The chatelaine would be hung from a belt and, through a series of clips and chains, contain a variety of objects such as scissors, keys, scent bottles, penknives, tweezers, writing pads and letter openers.
A MAGNIFICENT MID-19TH CENTURY DIAMOND TIARA / NECKLACE Composed of a series of interlocking old-cut diamond-set graduated loops, each with a pear and cushion shaped diamond three stone centre, mounted in silver and gold, circa 1860
Belle Epoque Aquamarine Tiara, Circa 1910 - Designed as a series of graduated oval aquamarine clusters set with oval- and hexagonal-shaped aquamarines, interspersed with sprays of diamond myrtle leaves, within millegrain borders of circular-, single- and rose-cut diamonds, inner circumference approximately 370mm, fitted red leather and gilt tooled case.
An Antique Hardstone Cameo and Gold Brooch, circa 1890 The 18k gold oval openwork frame designed with a series of boules and crossover ribbon ties, centering an oval hardstone cameo depicting the profile of a classical lady, with fitted box