Calla Necklace and Earrings Set. Silver and Pearls. Crocheted by Zegna Aston
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Beautiful and very light bridal jewelry set is crocheted of silver filler wirein calla flower design and featured with high quality black glass pearls.
Materials: Black glass pearls, silver filled wire, silver pleated chain.
White calla inspire painters and adorn bridal bouquets. Indeed, the name of this elegant perennial comes from the Greek word for “beautiful.” These showy flowers are not true lilies and are related to jack-in-the-pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum).
The calla lily was named by Swedish botanist Carolus Linnaeus, who discovered the species in southern Africa in the 18th century. They soon after became popular in Europe in weddings. The calla lily is associated with rebirth because it can survive up to 10 days as a cut flower. A traditional favorite of brides, the white calla lily first appeared in Europe in the 1600s. The long-lasting blooms have been a classic favorite of artists for centuries, cementing its status as a regal beauty.
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Silver Collar Necklace – Crocheted
Hey fashionysta! Stay in trend with handmade crocheted collar necklace! Made of silver filled wire. Good for everyday looks or special occasions.
Very airy and lacy!!
Length approx. 9″
The winter 2013-14 enshrines the collar with one of the most popular new fashion trends. We speak of one of the many accessories that the style conscious fashionistas just can not do without. On the other hand, each passionate about fashion knows that in the end are just the accessories to make a difference in a look well cared for, unique details that they know how to talk about themselves and they add a touch of character to any outfit. This year calling the shots are just the collar, proposed by the big brands, from the most glamorous fashion houses, but also by economic trademarks, variations in something for all tastes and needs.
The masculine trend, seen on the runways and red carpet, makes a real statement. The secret to pulling off the masculine trend couldn’t be simpler — just add heels!
Silver bow tie will add touch of glamour to any outfit. This piece is hand crocheted of silver filled wire. You can wear it as a tie choker or a necklace!
Silver wire made it very shiny and crocheted technique let me make big statement necklace absolutely airy and light. You will love it!
Beautiful and artistic winter cherry pendants is crocheted by hand of copper wire. You can choose from 2 options. Large dyed Quartz bead or Faceted Opaque inside.
Available in Copper, Silver filled or 14K Gold Filled wire.
Silver and Gold is made to order. it will take me 1 or 2 days to make and send. Price is different depending on materials.
Leather Cord is included.
Very elegant and unique pendants. Feel free to contact me for additional details.
Turquoise Chips Silver Necklace. Crocheted by Zegna Aston
Only at the beginning of the 20th century did the Macaron become a “double-decker” affair. Pierre Desfontaines, the grandson of Louis Ernest Laduree (Laduree pastry and salon de the, rue Royale in Paris) had the idea to fill them with a “chocolate panache” and to stick them together.
Unique handmade Necklace is made in wire crochet technique and featured with Turquoise chips.
Materials: Silver filled wire (Made in USA), turquoise chips, and silver clasp.
Length approx. 8″
Where did the name ‘bracelet’ come from?
The first known bracelets were worn by Sumerians who lived in Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq) around 2500 B.C.E. Jewelry of all kinds was a sign of a person’s prosperity. Bracelets and other jewelry were found in the royal tombs in the ancient city of Ur in Mesopotamia. It was customary for jewelry to be buried with their owners, along with their servants. Servants probably prayed to their ancient gods for a long life for their masters because of this.
In ancient Greece, men and soldiers wore bands of leather on their forearms for protection. Sometimes these bands were decorated with precious metals and gemstones. They were known as Bracels, derived from the Latin word Brachium, which meant ‘arm’. Ladies were not about to be outdone by men, and so they adopted the ‘fashion’ and wore smaller versions of them, called little bracels, or bracel-ets.
Rainbow Sea Jasper Copper Wire Cuff
Bracelets made of copper are thought by some to aid in relieving the pain of arthritis. The body absorbs the copper and somehow relieves the pain. This has not been proven but people being people still wear copper bracelets, for fashion if not for pain relief. But don’t copper bracelets turn some people’s wrists green? Maybe it’s all part of the fashion statement.
Unlike other forms of jewelry, bracelets have always been in vogue throughout recorded history, and been worn by men and women. The concept of unisex jewelry is older than people think.