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    I searched, and couldn't find a thread on this. [:O] Here are some random selections of mine.
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    Gold zipper necklace by Frans van Nieuwenborg and Martijn Wegman Rose brooch by Esther Knobel
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    Painted pearls from Makkum by Alexander van Slobbe</p>

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    Wouters &amp; Hendrix</p>

    Coiled arrow ring and Curled Leaf ring
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    Rose thorn earrings by Lee Hale</p>

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    Natalia Brilli's leather covered jewelry (I am extremely close to giving the cameo brooch a good home.[:$]) </p>

    Devil Necklace</p>

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    Leather Cameo</p>

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    ...I mean the ephemeral, the fugitive, the contingent, the half of art whose other half is the eternal and the immutable.

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    I really like those last two pieces and the painted pearl necklace. The leather covered necklace is particularly interesting. I don't know if it's the picture but the leather seems too be much more "tight" around the piece than most leather covered pieces I've seen in person.

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    im loving the zipper necklace,</p>

    I also love this coiled arrow ring.</p>

    thanks for the posts Laika, </p>

    Any info on the prices and availability (stocklists)?</p>
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    Default Women's Jewelry and Accessories

    My taste in 'jewelry' and other accessories is very much in line with my taste in clothing: understated and, when possible, cheeky in design.

    In particular, I am interested in innovative forms, material and treatments from usually independent designers, as well as foreign or forgotten curiosities, with which we have decorated our bodies through time and the world over.

    It may be easiest, however, to initiate this thread with images of my everyday accessories and to ask others to do the same.

    This 'bird' is obsessed with birds. For the past year +, I've been wearing this everyday:

    St.Kilda Engraved Bird on a Branch, Silver Plate Charm on Chain



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    I love Ann Demeulemeester jewellery - I think it's a very underrated aspect of her work and although it's usually nothing special craftmanship-wise, I find it to be very "strong" and original.




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    I have to agree. Although I don't own any Ann D jewelery, I find myself drawn to it, and get frustrated that other options in my price range don't have the same simplicity of design.

    Lanvin have also produced a lot of fantastic statement pieces.

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    What do girls think of Shaun Leane and Ugo Cacciatori?

    I love both and I am not into jewelry at all. Shaun Leane did all those amazing and crazy things for McQueen's shows. And I finally met Ugo this summer and got to see the entire collection in person, and there are nice gems (pun!) there.
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    thanks for rejuvenating this topic, mbd. i've merged it with an earlier thread we started awhile ago. lovely pendant too.

    belatedly, i'm sure i don't know what you were staring at faustie, , but that seashell pendant has long since and very mysteriously disappeared!
    ...I mean the ephemeral, the fugitive, the contingent, the half of art whose other half is the eternal and the immutable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faust View Post
    What do girls think of Shaun Leane and Ugo Cacciatori?

    I love both and I am not into jewelry at all. Shaun Leane did all those amazing and crazy things for McQueen's shows. And I finally met Ugo this summer and got to see the entire collection in person, and there are nice gems (pun!) there.
    I don't know, Faust, i own a couple of Cacciatori pieces and they are incredible. But when I look at the whole collection, there are always some tacky pieces...

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    Cartier's Mini Baignoire watch for women:

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    i make most of the jewelry i wear (which also makes it that much harder to buy jewelry when you know the markup they put on pure cost/labor/values..but that's another story/businesses need to survive)



    still my favorite piece i've made from 2008

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