Piece #22 of 100: I’m calling this gorgeous piece deco because of the 3 rows of rhinestones. It is also what gives it a hint of an Egyptian flair. I love this piece (do I say that about each one?) It’s not signed, so I have no idea about its history or age. I found […]
Piece #21 of 100: Where do I begin? The red tear-drop rhinestones are 18mm tall (in other words: humongous) and the necklace drops four inches from the neckline. This was part of Mom’s cruise and party collection. You can see her wearing them (along with the matching earrings) in 1987 in this cute pix.
Piece #14 of 100 For those days when one King Tut just isn’t enough, here’s a gold tone necklace adorned with five! Is this great or what? It looks like a museum shop piece, but I do not know where it came from. Since I’m always asked, I’ll go ahead and tell you. No, I […]
Piece #1 of 100 When Shoey and I got together for the first time to rummage through the twenty-pound box of jewelry I had brought from home (funny story about getting it through airport security to be told at another time ), we had a fun afternoon going through the pieces, and looking up the […]