Never had a tattoo, will this be my first one..

January 4, 2011 | No Comments

..by Chanel! This reminds me of my book “Victorian Jewellery”. The eclectic use of classical elements in contemporary jewellery is absolute lovely! I have to look for a good opportunity…

These Ephemeral Tattoos from Chanel are a true fresh add to new visions, cost $75 excl. shipping costs, which you are able to order at Chanel. Impressed by their web-site I noticed their Byzantine influenced costume jewellery collection. Joys for the eye as well and thus something to make you aware of, please take a look at my photo stream and don’t forget to visit their site.

This book, or the original prints, must have fully impressed and influenced Chanel. The book is a beauty to look at for hours. So hereby the information of my book suggestion; “Victorian Jewellery, A complete compendium of over four thousand pieces of jewellery” (pins, necklaces, tiaras, cufflinks, rings, bracelets, buckles etc.), printed in black and white. ISBN 1-85170-639-9, $50. A great overview of Victorian Jewellery, 19th Century English jewellery dating from the time of Queen Victoria, a specific style which I truly adore.

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Margriet Sopers

Margriet Sopers, FGA

Having a diploma in jewellery, FGA and a propaedeutic of the Academy of Art followed-up by interesting years as a jewellery expert at Sotheby's & Gemeentelijke Krediet Bank, as well as being a member for years of the Society of Jewellery Historians, I am glad to share with you today's world of jewellery.

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