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maori designs are very strongly influenced by nature. Matching wedding rings express your love...naturally.

maori designs are very strongly influenced by nature. Matching wedding rings express your love.

E.E. CUMMINGS I Carry Your Heart With Me Poem

CUMMINGS I Carry Your Heart With Me Poem Poster This is an original poster designed by me, the artist.

Best Arm Workouts For Women - including beginner, intermediate and expert level!

Never surrender. Found this on an inspirational website with lots of exercises, daily tips and motivation

Image: a detail from Mary Nevill, Lady Dacre portrait by Hans Eworth, 1559 | Rings were worn by both the middle classes and the nobility, and were often worn on the second joint of the finger as well as the first. Larger jewels were worn as solitaires. Gold bands engraved with a motto inside were often worn as wedding rings. Signet rings were sturdy, meant for daily use and business. A nobleman's signet ring could depict the family's heraldic device.

Mary Neville, Baroness Dacre, and her son Gregory Fiennes Baron Dacre (detail) / Hans Eworth, 1559

Renaissance Wedding Band No. 3, Renaissance Ring, Band with White Topaz, Sterling Silver Ring, Wide Band

Renaissance Wedding Band No. Renaissance Ring, Band with White Topaz, Sterling Silver Ring, Wide Band

Brides Handfastings Rings Weddings:  The Renaissance Band.

Want this so bad! The Renaissance Band: White Gold with Blue Topaz & Sapphire. Wide band ring that draws inspiration from the intricate stonework of Renaissance cathedrals / Gemvara