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theswinginsixties:

The Supremes: Diana Ross and Mary WIlson

theswinginsixties:

The Supremes: Diana Ross and Mary WIlson


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selfesteempunk:

this is a no croc zone, all violators will be turned over to the fashion police

selfesteempunk:

this is a no croc zone, all violators will be turned over to the fashion police

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shapeandcolour:

The only Easter reference that matters. 

shapeandcolour:

The only Easter reference that matters. 

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Tags: herpy easter steel magnolias
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hominisaevum:

  1. A seventeenth-century pomander and chain
  2. A parcel-gilt silver pomander, made in Italy in the 16th century; features a niello inscription
  3. Pomander, gold filigree, enclosing a ball of ambergris. 1600-1700
  4. Gold and Silver Pomander, 16th Century
***Pomandera ball made of perfumes, such as ambergris (whence the name),musk, or civet. The pomander was worn or carried in a vase, also known by the same name, as a protection against infection in times of pestilence or merely as a useful article to modify bad smells. The globular cases which contained the pomanders were hung from a neck-chain or belt, or attached to the girdle, and were usually perforated and made of gold or silver. Sometimes they contained several partitions, in each of which was placed a different perfume.

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Ann-Margret in Bye Bye Birdie (George Sidney - 1963)

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diamondsinthelibrary:

Graff Diamonds’ $100 million peacock brooch.
“1,305 diamonds adorn this precious bird, including some highly valuable coloured diamonds totalling 120.81ct. The star of the piece is a 20.02ct pear-shaped Fancy Deep Blue diamond. Fanning out from this stellar blue diamond is an array of white, pink, yellow, orange and even green diamonds that dazzle the eye.”
Via the Jewellery Editor.

diamondsinthelibrary:

Graff Diamonds’ $100 million peacock brooch.

“1,305 diamonds adorn this precious bird, including some highly valuable coloured diamonds totalling 120.81ct. The star of the piece is a 20.02ct pear-shaped Fancy Deep Blue diamond. Fanning out from this stellar blue diamond is an array of white, pink, yellow, orange and even green diamonds that dazzle the eye.”

Via the Jewellery Editor.


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