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Please say hello to "Big Mamma". This insect brooch was designed by John Kirslis, and it's a wonderful example of an unusual way that filigree can be used to create beautiful eye-catching jewelry.
We have added three new items to the line, all of which came from classic two-ring drop, number 5719 (bottom left). The one-ring version and the dapped version (bottom right) have been in the line for a while. The three heart-shaped items are new additions to the series, and they offer many options for earrings and in necklaces.
07862-NR, 07862-1R, 07862
5719, 5719-1R, 5719-D
Another new item, this one coming from the lovebirds 5272 is shown here. Used with either the birds on the upside or upside-down in love, this new item will function well as a three-ring connector, linked together as a bracelet, or as a central component in a beautiful pair of vintage style earrings. So many design opportunities for a beautiful parure or ensemble.
Have you seen the Pantone Spring 2014 colors? It looks like a gorgeous palette. Can you imagine what beads in these soft colors combined with this delicate finding might turn up for light and airy warm-weather designs?
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