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Painted jewelry hands


It was such a gorgeous day for window light and vertical shadowing that not making the most of these advantageous antler points, moon faces, and skeletal reflections seemed almost criminal.


(Lucky Brand dragon necklace, Alkemie scarab cuff, YSL arty oval ring, Forever 21 double finger cross ring, Hot Topic and Express multi-chain bracelets, Vintage everything else)

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Malu Swartjes said…
Gorgeous! I spot so many great pieces:D

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original seed said…
this is stunning
AKB said…
I love that silver/pewter tray. And the skulls and antlers. My sister collects found objects like that, reminds me of her. I love your style. XO
Kori Donahue said…
I love your style honey! Hope you have a fabulous Sunday.

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I must get myself one of those hands for all my rings! you have some lovely jewellery!
Anonymous said…
whoa, I'm jealous!
Liana said…
wow, loving your jewelry collection and how you organize them! i've been looking for new ways to store my things, this is very inspirational :)

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Violet said…
i almost got a hand like that for my rings but decided on a pretty bowl instead lol

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Vi from Cali
Hello Gorgeous!
It feels good visiting your blog again.
You have so many fabulous accessories.
I love it all!
vintage process said…
Great pictures!! I love it!!
Flabgee said…
Love your outfits, love your blog, follow! :)
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Love your illustrations too!! By the way cool style :)
lauren said…
love and want all of this!
Denise Pacurar said…
I need a better way to organize my jewelry! I really like the hand!

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I love vintage things too. These are great collections. :)
Flabgee said…
Thanks so much for follow :)
Lidiya said…
Those jewellery hands are awesome, pure lust over them <3
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Allison said…
You always have the most incredible accessories, so it's lovely to see where they're all kept! These pictures are gorgeous - the lighting is perfection, my dear! xox
Rosa Blanca said…
Gorgeous jewelry!! These make me remember that I need to organize mine!!
xx
Rosa

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BlueVanilla said…
You have great stuff! So cute!
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t said…
Great jewelry! Nice display too.

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thomas sabbas said…
Painted a jewelery to the hand is more beauty for the hand. There are really think different like silver, gold, bronze, brass and other materials with more style on hand.

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Alex said…
Beautiful photos, babylove! Such a talented girlfriend with a great eye...

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