ericaweiner Pier Show hangover : FANGS for the memories, part 2. This bracelet is in the collection of @lenoredailey 3h

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ericaweiner Originally these 14k gold and seed-pearl-studded wings had a pin back. Most likely, a Victorian lady used the winged brooch to fasten her dress at the neck, or it may have adorned the bodice. We thought it would make a much better necklace, so we removed the pin and added a new 18" 14k gold chain. #ewjantiques 6h

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ericaweiner Jewelry inspiration of the day: Amulet Neidfeige (Fica), protection against anything evil, c. 1500. and jewelry @smbmuseum #smbmuseum #jewelryinspiration 10h

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ericaweiner Our intaglio necklaces are a series of carved pendants, we've called upon classic symbols and Victorian sentiments to make a modern version. Note that the words read in reverse; this is so they can be pressed into hot wax to seal a letter. Not that you'd do that, really, but this is what intaglios were originally used for. 12h

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ericaweiner Locket rings (like this one, with original curved glass intact) are hard to find. Scored this Victorian piece today - email sales@ericaweiner.com for price and other info. 1d

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ericaweiner Acrostic ring lineup at the Pier Show. Some spell "REGARD" in gems.... 1d

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ericaweiner Georgian and Victorian mourning rings in multiples. 1d

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ericaweiner Pier antiques show day two. I think we'll take all of these. 2d

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ericaweiner Just me and my snakes riding home on the subway. The middle top one? It's from ANCIENT mother*#%ing ROME. Like 2nd century AD. Not for sale, he's staying with me. (p.s. nobody mug me please, I have quite a lot of jewels in my purse.) 2d

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ericaweiner FANGS for the memories, Pier Antiques show. 2d

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ericaweiner I never met a snake I didn't like. this Victorian necklace belongs to @lenoredailey, but maybe soon it'll be mine. 2d

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ericaweiner Running into friends here at the Pier Show. @bethbjeweled showed me this Georgian ring she bought for herself. Carved turquoise from the 1700's 2d

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ericaweiner Rings, on rings, on rings. Get them before they hit the stores or our website! Emails sales@ericaweiner.com for more information. 3d

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ericaweiner Once a stickpin, now reborn as a necklace, this weird-looking insect is unmistakeably Victorian. In the mid-1800's jewelry was designed with all kinds of gem-studded creatures. No animal was too unloved to be rendered in jewels: insects, bats, rats, skunks, spiders. We almost never pass up a good freaky bug. #ewjantiques 3d

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ericaweiner We got to 15k with all of your help! We are so grateful and humbled by our amazingly supportive community, all of the entries warmed our . We are also excited to announce the winner of the #ew15k contest! Congrats to @kaitpayne ! Email sales@ericaweiner.com for more info. 3d

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ericaweiner This c. 1950 14k yellow gold mesh ring is coveted by almost everyone in the EW studio. Email sales@ericaweiner.com for more information. #regram @estherandnory 4d

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ericaweiner A few extra special pieces from Erica's personal collection #notforsale #ewjantiques #showmeyourrings 4d

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ericaweiner Sometime around 1860, this piece was created as a stickpin intended to secure a gentleman's cravat. There aren't a whole lot of cravats that need wrangling now, so we removed the pinback and added a new 18" 14k gold chain. The exquisitely crafted crown has been reborn as a necklace. 4d

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ericaweiner Jewelry inspiration of the day: gold and pearls cuff c. 1734 and jewelry @rijksmuseum #jewelryinspiration 5d

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ericaweiner Garnet derives it's name from the Greek pyropos (pyr = fire, ops =eye) for it's distinctive fiery red color.

p.s. that's our Victorian Bohemian Garnet Ring
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