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Thursday, January 11, 2018

From a display case


Have had this in my photos for a couple months...I always loved turquoise.  But I just don't wear jewelry except for wedding band and a pair of earrings...

13 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

Me either, but I LOVE turquoise!

Sandra said...

i am with you, ring and earrings, and that is only when i go out somewhere. these are beautiful. i am taking today off

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

When I worked, I always wore jewelry. Silver and turquoise are staples to my collection. I have quite a collection from the 70s. Most is Indian made or Italian. Sadly, I can no longer get my rings over my arthritic knuckles. You see a lot of it in flea markets and antique shops now. Sometimes it's hard not to pick up a new piece.
xx, Carol

Tom said...

...quite a collection of trinkets.

Jeevan said...

Dazzling!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I do not wear much jewelry. But, if I did it would be the turquoise. I love the pretty color. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

don said...

A fine capture of this turquoise necklace. If guess that's what it is. Nice shot.

Bonny Bonafilla said...

Spectacular jewellery. I love turquoise too, but I hate wearing anything heavy, so I'm a basic wedding band person as well.

Lea said...

Very pretty!

happyone said...

I wear a wedding band, a ring my dad made, earrings, and a small cross necklace.

CountryMum said...

It is quite nice but a bit too much for me. I rarely wear jewellery, and certainly not something quite this bold.

Red Rose Alley said...

What a pretty picture. I don't wear jewelry much either, Rose. Maybe a cute bracelet or nice earrings. : )

~Sheri

Ruth Hiebert said...

Very pretty, but it looks too big for me to wear.

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