September Issue!

Vogue 1906, Illustration by Stuart Campbell
Recently Vogue has published their best and most beautiful covers of September Issue and I wanted to share one of this beauty with you in today’s post. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. It’s also a perfect indicator of how fashion has changed over the past century.

This retro cover for biggest issue of the year reminded my Vine necklace and earrings jewelry set

Vine necklace and earrings jewelry set. Crocheted by Zegna Aston. Copper wire

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Unique and beautiful jewelry set is crocheted by me of non-tarnish copper wire.
One of kind piece of jewelry will make any outfit unique! Picture doesn’t show whole beauty and shine!

Coral Flashback

Vogue January 1959, Photographed by Jerry Schatzberg

There are some images that just take your breath away and make you stop and think about the womanly that color can be.
I think Beautiful Boho Chick Necklace is the same! Crocheted of artistic copper wire and featured with Japanese glass seed beads and coral beads. Flower centerpiece is also coral bead.
Be gentle!
Be different!

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Please contact me if you need additional information or want to order different colors!

Create your style with Swarovski elements

My patriotic Collar necklace has reached the final! Not too bad for a first try…

I am very happy to inform you that my friend Guzala Reed won the first place! She created a one-of-a-kind masterpiece that is exactly worthy of first place.

Guzala Reed currently lives in Japan. She has more than five years of experience creating handmade jewelry. She is an extraordinarily creative person that inspired me to actively create my own jewelry.

Her web site is currently under construction but you can visit her Etsy store – LiaReed.

Also on her Facebook page you can find a video showing how to make such an amazing jewelry.

I’d rather be at the beach in Coral and Turquoise jewelry

Did you know?
Corals are so sensitive to climatic change that scientists study coral reef fossils to construct highly detailed chronologies of prehistoric climate patterns.

The origin of the name Turquoise is derived from the Greek word “Turkois” meaning “Turkish” because it was first brought from Turkey

Beautiful and bright crochet necklace will attract lots of attention to your outfit! Crocheted of 100% Egyptian cotton thread and featured with dyed bamboo coral sticks and Turquoise dyed howlite beads.

Materials: Gold tone chunky chain, 100% Egyptian cotton thread, gold tone copper wire, dyed bamboo coral sticks, Turquoise dyed howlite beads.

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Coral and turquoise necklace by Zegna Aston

coral and turquoise necklace

Turquoise Scull Beads Necklace. Crocheted by ZegnaJewelry

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Fun and stylish necklace is perfect for summer.

Color: Turquoise, Coral

Materials: Gold tone chain, Cotton yarn, turquoise dyed howlite scull beads, bamboo corls beads.
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