MaggieMays

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Anthony, Florida  ·  A beautiful blend of unique, genuine gemstone jewelry designed with multi color's of precious and semi-precious gemstones from rings to jewelry sets.
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#Repost @etsyforall with @repostapp ・・・ A beautiful price by the collection of @estherdestiny7. Her jewelry is exquisite and truly, one of a kind. This turquoise ring is from her upcoming Spring and Summer collection. She was recently featured by a London Fashion magazine, Shop Hunting Divas. You can learn all about her and her turquoise collection in this article. Be sure to check it out! http://shophuntingdivas.blogspot.com/2016/03/eclectic-variety-is-norm-by-esthers.html?m=1  Etsy shop…

#Repost @etsyforall with @repostapp ・・・ A beautiful price by the collection of @estherdestiny7. Her jewelry is exquisite and truly, one of a kind. This turquoise ring is from her upcoming Spring and Summer collection. She was recently featured by a London Fashion magazine, Shop Hunting Divas. You can learn all about her and her turquoise collection in this article. Be sure to check it out! http://shophuntingdivas.blogspot.com/2016/03/eclectic-variety-is-norm-by-esthers.html?m=1 Etsy shop…

Australian Crazy Lace Gold Filled and Filigree Sterling Silver Wire Wrapped Pendant  Natural hand-cut and polished stone by Gaddabout Rock Creations @mattiegadd  #ESTHERDESTINYSJEWELRY  #AdornYourselfWithStyle  #JewelryAsHeirlooms  #PrepareForLove  #Jewelry #style #SilverJewelry #spring #springfashion #goldfilled #WireWrapped #statementnecklace #prom #wedding #statementpendant #Fashion #love #boho #bohemian  Thank you for following!

Australian Crazy Lace Gold Filled Filigree Sterling Silver Wire Wrapped Statement Pendant by Esther Destiny's Jewelry

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Artist Erin LaRocque (of BuildWithWood) creates beautiful pendants by encapsulating natural treasures, found in Michigan’s Hiawatha National Forest, in resin and laser-cut wood frames. This would be a great way to preserve vestiges of felled forests.