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GOLD SETTINGS FOR DIAMONDS. GOLD SETTINGS


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Gold Settings For Diamonds





gold settings for diamonds






    settings
  • The place or type of surroundings where something is positioned or where an event takes place

  • (setting) the context and environment in which something is set; "the perfect setting for a ghost story"

  • The place and time at which a play, novel, or film is represented as happening

  • (setting) context: the set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation or event; "the historical context"

  • A piece of metal in which a precious stone or gem is fixed to form a piece of jewelry

  • (setting) mise en scene: arrangement of scenery and properties to represent the place where a play or movie is enacted





    diamonds
  • A precious stone consisting of a clear and typically colorless crystalline form of pure carbon, the hardest naturally occurring substance

  • (diamond) rhombus: a parallelogram with four equal sides; an oblique-angled equilateral parallelogram

  • A tool with a small stone of such a kind for cutting glass

  • In extended and metaphorical use with reference to the brilliance, form, or hardness of diamonds

  • (diamond) a transparent piece of diamond that has been cut and polished and is valued as a precious gem

  • (diamond) very hard native crystalline carbon valued as a gem





    gold
  • coins made of gold

  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color

  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies

  • An alloy of this

  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"

  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"











gold settings for diamonds - 14k Yellow




14k Yellow Gold Diamond and Sapphire Floral Dangle Leverback Earrings


14k Yellow Gold Diamond and Sapphire Floral Dangle Leverback Earrings



Four dark blue oval sapphires frame a single diamond accent in these delicate floral earrings, crafted from 14 karat yellow gold. The sapphire stones are richly saturated and have a very deep blue color that becomes particularly noticeable when viewed in the light. The stones are held securely in four-prong settings and have a pretty faceted cut that brings out their sparkle. The petite flowers dangle from curved posts, and the earrings are secured with comfortable leverback closures. September's birthstone comes in a wide range of colors, with velvety blue being perhaps the most popular and well known. A variety of the mineral corundum, sapphire is an exceptionally durable gemstone that holds up well to everyday wear.










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Divine. Vintage Diamond Jewel Earrings




Divine. Vintage Diamond Jewel Earrings





Very glamorous and feminine. A classic beauty in pretty pear shape.

Faceted and gold-foiled vintage glass jewels have amazing sparkle. Diamond jewels are very luminous and definitely have the vintage charm.

They became one of my favorites fast since they are extremely versatile:
* nicely sized yet not heavy
* can be dressed up or toned down easily:
* glam for a night out or a special occasion
* classy for day wardrobe

They are set in beautifully antiqued open back settings and dangle from antiqued brass earwires.

Details
Jewels: 16mmx12mm
Total length approx: 1.5"(3.5cm)











Heart of Gold




Heart of Gold





Yellow sapphire centre heart shaped stone with accompanying canary yellow diamonds on the thin band. This one is a very dainty number and is suited for a young debutante with wealthy upbringing, and should be given to her by the family. The rose gold band is detailed with scalloped edges that holds the yellow diamonds together. It had since been modified and the settings enhanced after this photo was taken. Recent photos are not available yet. This ring was rarely shown because I am very selective on who should be wearing it! The canary yellow diamonds are very special to me.









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LOCAL GOLD BUYERS - GOLD BUYERS


Local gold buyers - Gold and silver sales.



Local Gold Buyers





local gold buyers






    buyers
  • A buyer is any person who contracts to acquire an asset in return for some form of consideration.

  • A person employed to select and purchase stock or materials for a large retail or manufacturing business, etc

  • (buyer) a person who buys

  • (buying) the act of buying; "buying and selling fill their days"; "shrewd purchasing requires considerable knowledge"

  • A person who makes a purchase





    local
  • of or belonging to or characteristic of a particular locality or neighborhood; "local customs"; "local schools"; "the local citizens"; "a local point of view"; "local outbreaks of flu"; "a local bus line"

  • relating to or applicable to or concerned with the administration of a city or town or district rather than a larger area; "local taxes"; "local authorities"

  • A local person or thing, in particular

  • An inhabitant of a particular area or neighborhood

  • public transport consisting of a bus or train that stops at all stations or stops; "the local seemed to take forever to get to New York"

  • A pub convenient to a person's home





    gold
  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies

  • coins made of gold

  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"

  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color

  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"

  • An alloy of this











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New Sangean America Fm Stereo Mw Lw Sw Pll Synthesized Receiver Built-In Telescopic Antenna


New Sangean America Fm Stereo Mw Lw Sw Pll Synthesized Receiver Built-In Telescopic Antenna



Momentary dial light switch illuminates display for 12 seconds turns off to preserve battery life. Built-in telescopic antenna for the shortwave and FM bands. Alarm featuring Human Wake System volume increases every 15 seconds for 1 minute followed by 1 minute of silence and then repeats. 90-60-45-15 adjustable sleep timer and snooze function. Button lock switch prevents frequency change by disabling the keypad and tuning buttons. Integrated flip-out tilt-stand. 3" speakers with 8 ohms output. Requires 3 AA batteries (not included) or AC adapter (included). Includes ANT-60 wind-up antenna, earphones and carrying pouch.










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Christchurch Now & Then #6




Christchurch Now & Then #6





A Southeasterly view of Lichfield Street towards the intersection at Manchester and High Streets; 1878 and 2007.

On the corner of Manchester Street, at the far Left of the 1878 photo, is the building known in 1865 as the Riccarton Mills store, which was originally the premises of Scotsman Peter Cunningham (1839-1915). He arrived in the colony in 1862 and was trading as Cunningham & Co., Corn Merchants by 1872. Cunningham, a large man, fair with a strong, energetic expression, was a buyer and shipper of Wheat grain. Director of the Union Insurance Company, Grand Master of the Canterbury Masonic Grand Lodge, President of the A & P Association, Chairman of the Lyttelton Harbour Board and local representative of the Shaw Savill Shipping Company, Cunningham Terrace at Lyttelton is named after him.

By 1888 Albert Cuff (1839-1920) and Frank Graham (1846-1915) were operating as Cuff, Graham & Co, Shipping and Customs Agents from the same building. Albert Cuff was the Consular Agent for the United States of America. Frank Graham was a tall man, balding with a full beard, who had emigrated to New Zealand in 1867. He was a member of the Ceremonial and Entertainment Committee for the 1906 International Exhibition. In 1909 Graham opposed the proposal for a shipping canal from Sumner to the city and was defeated in an election for members of the Lyttelton Harbour Board. This building had acquired a bull-nosed veranda by 1900.

To a design by Robert England (1863-1908), it was replaced by the first stage of Ridley's Building in 1904, with Ridley’s Drapery on the corner and a Dental Surgery above. By the early 1930’s the Singer Sewing Machine Company occupied the former Draper’s shop. Shorn of a substantial parapet the building was the Commercial Bank of Australia premise by the 1960s. Painted with inappropriate colours, it has been the Ruben Blades Hairdressing Academy since 1997.

The second building from the Left was the premises of the Merchant McGregor Watt who dealt in farm produce as the NZ Produce Co. Watt was awarded a Gold Medal for scoured wool at the 1882 Christchurch Exhibition in Hagley Park South. By 1883 Watt’s building had become the premises of the State Insurance Office. The old building was replaced before 1910 with the second stage of the Ridley's building in which the United Friendly Society's Dispensary (pharmacy) was at street level, with Luncheon & Supper Rooms above. The upper levels have continued to be a restaurant and were the renowned Mykonos by the 1970s, in 2007 it is the Honeypot Cafe.

Boot maker Nathanial Suckling Senior (1810-1882) had originally set up his business in Cashel Street before 1860, but within five years moved to the double gabled premises with the veranda (built prior to 1862). His son (Nathaniel) Joseph (1842-1920) took over the management of the business and in 2007 Suckling’s Shoe Store still operates from nearby premises in Colombo Street.

This building became the Saddlery of H. R. Devereux and then the premises of Charles Bell sometime after 1904. Bell replaced it with the existing building in 1920 to the design of the Luttrell brothers; the city’s leading architects in that era. Charlie Bell was the local agent for AJS and Indian motorcycles as well as Humber and Robin Hood bicycles. Bell’s Motor Works closed in 1960 and the business became Gilbeck Motorcycles. Subsequently it was famed as the Plainsman nightclub, but by the mid 1980s had become Shanton Apparel; a ladies wear retailer. In 2006 the former Bell's Motor Works became the home to His Lordship's Cafe and bar.

Built in 1876, with two floors above an extensive cellar, His Lordship’s Larder hotel claimed to be known throughout the Province for its cleanliness, reasonable charges and good management. The first Publican was William Henry Messenger who had arrived in the colony at the Port of Onehunga in 1861. In 1872 he was involved with His Lordship's Larder on Auckland’s Queen Street Wharf; a two storey building which collapsed. Married in Christchurch the following year, Messenger deserted his wife and six children in 1886, absconding to Australia with one of his barmaids. A Christchurch Police Constable was dispatched to Melbourne to bring him back; however in 1900 Messenger was the Publican of the Royal Hotel at Balranald in New South Wales.

Subsequent to Messenger’s departure Charles William Crowe became the hotel’s Licensee. Crowe appears to have been the former proprietor of Colombo Street’s Duke of Wellington Hotel and stables in the early 1860s and then another hotel in Market Place (Victoria Square) in 1867.

By the 1970s the hotel was well into decline and had become a favoured haunt of the city’s more street-wise alcoholics. A short-lived live music venue in 1996, the hotel was destroyed by arson in 2000 and six years later became the site of the cobbled His Lordship’s Lane, which connects Lichfield Street to Struther’s Lane and SOL Square (acronym for











Shingled House, Cherokee Co, GA




Shingled House, Cherokee Co, GA





This is the last remaining building from the Creighton/Franklin Gold Mine Complex, which was the most significant gold mine in the County. Gold was mined from this site for approximately 70 years, from the 1830s to around 1907. In 1896 the complex included a complete mining plant with large stamp mill, a chlorination plant, assay laboratory, blacksmith shop, stables, miners' cottages and a dam with 2 large turbines to generate power for the site. The "Shingle House" was built during the 1880s and since then it has been used as a commissary, offices, post office, boarding house, and a small stamp mill where local residents could sell gold ore. The building has been empty for many years and recently been used to store hay. The threat for this building is neglect and possible development for the site. Possible solutions include working with the owner to make necessary repairs and maintenance. If the owner is interested in selling the property, help find a preservation-minded buyer, as well as a new use for the property.









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Caveat Emptor-Buyer Beware (Phillip Fairfax Series)






Caveat Emptor-Buyer Beware is the first novel in a future series based on the fictitious organization, International Art Recovery of London, headed by the well connected Sir Robert Spence and his godson, investigator Phillip Fairfax.
When the imminent sale of a fabulous oil painting, The Girl in the Red Dress, by Leonardo da Vinci, is announced, the global art world goes on a feeding frenzy. But only days before the painting is due to be offered for sale at auction it is stolen from its home in the Chateau de Manville. Phillip Fairfax goes on the hunt for the priceless portrait. His investigations in the south of France and Rome brings him into conflict with the duplicitous Claude, Marquis de Manville, Claude’s goddaughter, the beautiful but deadly Leila Diab and Nini Grapponelli, a murderous member of the Italian Camorra crime syndicate.
Larcenous trickery, Palestinian terrorists, art forgery and violent murders all play a part before the fiery conclusion of the story.

Caveat Emptor-Buyer Beware is the first novel in a future series based on the fictitious organization, International Art Recovery of London, headed by the well connected Sir Robert Spence and his godson, investigator Phillip Fairfax.
When the imminent sale of a fabulous oil painting, The Girl in the Red Dress, by Leonardo da Vinci, is announced, the global art world goes on a feeding frenzy. But only days before the painting is due to be offered for sale at auction it is stolen from its home in the Chateau de Manville. Phillip Fairfax goes on the hunt for the priceless portrait. His investigations in the south of France and Rome brings him into conflict with the duplicitous Claude, Marquis de Manville, Claude’s goddaughter, the beautiful but deadly Leila Diab and Nini Grapponelli, a murderous member of the Italian Camorra crime syndicate.
Larcenous trickery, Palestinian terrorists, art forgery and violent murders all play a part before the fiery conclusion of the story.










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