Saturday, March 30, 2019

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ASOS' New Line Pays Homage to a 'Really Fly' Princess Diana

Footwear News-Oct. 12, 2016
The two shoe looks feature heeled loafers with varsity inspired lacing and those ones with pearl ankle straps mirroring the pearl necklace beloved of the ...
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Queen Elizabeth Sneaks Out of the Palace in Green Sequins

WWD-Mar. 22, 2016
The Queen, 89, sported a lime-and-silver sequined shift dress; a triple-stranded pearl necklace and earring set, and a coordinated black patent purse and kitten ...

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The 2016 JCK Jewelers' Choice Awards: The Winners

JCK-May 6, 2016
Masterpiece collection necklace with 10 mm–13 mm radiant orchid freshwater pearls and blue Tahitian pearls, 8.45 cts. t.w. diamonds, 8.01 cts. t.w. sapphires ...
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German Princesses' Jewels Expected to Fetch $15 Million At Christie's ...

Pursuitist-Apr. 4, 2016
This very elegant cultured pearl and diamond fringe necklace, belonged to H.H. Begum Om Habibeh Aga Khan (1906-2000), the wife of H.H. Sultan Mohammed ...

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Anonymous said...

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