28 September 2009


I'm so happy! Mail has restarted in France and I got some goodies bought from Theresa' etsy Unfinished Business, pure happiness!

Vintage jewels are superb and not expensive ..  you Dream of vintage French, and we(frenchies), on American Vintage!

have a look, who knows ...

On the basis of an old French vintage necklace with a beautiful saphire,I  made this great necklace. I put fresh water pearls gray (my favorites) Saphire and gray are very beautiful combo .. no?

have a nice week!!

i had tested a new german glossy medium!! look at this shine on dominos!!


SharonP said...

Quite spectacular! Your new necklace has so much to gaze upon I don't know where to start! Also love those vintage goodies!

TesoriTrovati said...

Is there anything that your touch doesn't turn to magic? You are a spectacular artist. I find it funny that you would covet the "vintage" American finds...not as vintage as the ones you find in France! Enjoy the day! Erin

sharon said...

Gorgeous rich colors in this beautiful necklace Esther! Just divine!

Marbella Designs said...

beautiful colors, love it!

stregata said...

Superb, Esther! Very lovely combination! Great vintage finds also! What kind of glossy medium did you use on those dominos; may I ask??

Narrative jewelry said...

Bon, je ne vois pas quoi dire à part, this necklace is a nice one, with an inventive look, you were right when you spoke about the beauty of fresh water pearls, they are sublime !

Love the shiny look of the dominoes, what are you going to do with them ?

Romizous SWEETIE.

robin dudley-howes said...

Beautiful!! Thanks for visiting...I had no idea I had people who follow me! I try to post at least once a week but the month flew by...Robin
P.S What German glossy medium did you use? I love the demension and shine!

SummersStudio said...

That necklace is perfect. There are so many things to look at in it.

Cindy said...

Hello Esther
Thanks for sharing the link to the Etsy vendor for vintage pieces. I'm glad to hear your post is no longer on strike.
What a breath-taking necklace. It has such a sweet, vintage character to it...just the style that I love!!! There are so many beautiful components...and yes, I love those pearls too.
I'm intrigued by your new Domino pieces...will be they be pendants? You're are always, always up to something wonderful.

The Joy of Nesting said...

Ah Esthernita,

I love everything about this new piece. Sapphire blue is my most favorite stone and lapis follows right behind. The coloring in the pearls are quite beautiful and change when the light shifts!! I love your vintage rhinestones!! I have slowly been picking some up on ebay but nothing as beautiful as yours especially the "ruby" set!!

Pattie ;)
Mazatlan Mx.

Leslie @ Bei Mondi said...

The necklace is fabulous! Great mixture of blue, gray, and black. Love the asymmetrical design and all the different elements.

evy said...

Aaaahhh mais tu ne me simplifies pas la tâche, moi pauvre mortelle frenchie du fin fond de la campagne d’Alsace, qui ne pratique pas la langue de Shakespeare, I do not speak English, ma langue fourche sur certains mots vive « Réverso », comment dire à mon instigatrice inspiratrice impératrice mon admiration pour ses talents sans dévoiler mon talon d’Achille ? I like the Lilibulle big and talented, that of the happiness, voilà qui est dit et fait!

Belle journée Fée du quotidien

sanda reynolds Mullingar,Ireland said...

This is sooooo CLASSY, Esther!!! Your imagination and creativity know no boundaries!!! Simply amazing! Love the deep blue you have used and how the pearls bring light and warmth to it! SPLENDID!!!
Lots of love, Sanda xx

Ingrid said...

You know Esther, I almost got the pink rhinestone set from Theresa, I am so glad it went to you, and how right it is we dream of french all the French goodies....so looking forward to your medals. Your domino tiles look lovely.

Enjoy your "new " rhinestones.

Ingrid xxx