DIY Turquoise Knot Necklace for 3 bucks

DIY Turquoise Knot Necklace for 3 bucks! You could use any color! Reminds me of a real turquoise necklace I saw in a precious mineral exhibit in a Toronto museum.

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keep it simple with your jewelry this season. Sterling Silver Wire Wrapped Pearl Ring by Perfections

A Monet that's new to me, beautiful!  The Undergrowth in the Forest of Saint-Germain - Claude Monet - 1882

The Undergrowth in the Forest of Saint-Germain, Claude Monet, 1882 Monet paintings really loose their luster and glow when in a picture.

Winter Morning 1907 by Russian post-Impressionist painter Igor Grabar

Igor Grabar "Winter Morning", Igor is a Russian post-impressionist painter, publisher, restorer and historian of art.

The Dresden Green Diamond is a 41 carats (8.2 g) natural green diamond, which probably originated in the Kollur mine in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India. In 1768, the diamond was incorporated into an extremely valuable hat ornament, surrounded by two large and 411 medium-sized and small diamonds. This is the setting that the Dresden Green still appears in today. Today, the diamond is shown in the "New Green Vault" at Dresden Castle.

Dresden Green Diamond- 41 carats g) natural green diamond, originated in the Kollur mine in the state of Andhra Pradesh in Today, the diamond is shown in the "New Green Vault" at Dresden Castle.

Created by Theodore Fester in 1855, the gold-and-silver-setting rose has about 250 carats of diamonds and was created for Princess Mathilde Bonaparte, Napoleon's niece.  She owned one of Paris' most distinguished literary and artistic salons.  When she died in 1904, the piece was auctioned and eventually sold by Cartier to Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt III, of the railroad Vanderbilts, who wore it at the waist or bodice for portraits and other formal occasions in her role as “Queen of Society.”

Created by Theodore Fester in the gold-and-silver-setting rose has about 250 carats of diamonds and was created for Princess Mathilde Bonaparte, Napoleon’s niece. She owned one of Paris’ most distinguished literary and artistic salons. When she died

The Cullinan VI (lower, 8.80 carats) and Cullinan VIII (upper, 6.80 carats)

The Cullinan Diamonds~~ This is the Cullinan VI, c marquise-cut stone was originally presented by King Edward to his wife Queen Alexandra and is now worn by Queen Elizabeth II as a drop on a diamond and emerald necklace.

Vincent van Gogh: The Paintings (Quay with Men Unloading Sand Barges)

Vincent van Gogh Painting, Oil on Canvas Arles: August, 1888 Museum Folkwang Essen, Germany, Europe F: JH: 1558 Van Gogh: Quay with Men Unloading Sand Barges Van Gogh Gallery

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