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  • Gem set flower earrings
    and they are set with 2 5mm stone The petals are threaded with fine 18ct gold wires As with everything on my site if you don t like it you can return it for a full refund Buy it Gem set flower earrings 65 Stones Available Blue topaz Citrine Garnet Amethyst peridot Iolite Pink tormaline Green tormaline Stone Amethyst Garnet B Topaz Citrine Peridot P Tourm G Tourm Iolite Matching
    http://www.dd2.co.uk/rogues-gallery/gem-flower-earrings.htm (2016-05-01)


  • Stained glass earrings
    view doubled up The stones are buff cut or unfacetted giving a solid slab of vibrant colour hence the name There are rings as well as pendants in the Stained glass collection As with everything on my site if you don t like it then you can return it for a full refund Buy them Silver gold stained glass earrings 155 Stones Available Blue topaz Garnet Amethyst Citrine Stone B
    http://www.dd2.co.uk/Church_House_Jewellery/earrings_stained.html (2016-05-01)

  • Silver & gold gem set flower pendants
    inch silver neckwire There are also matching earrings to go with the stone set version of this pendant As with everything on my site if you don t like it you can return it for a full refund Buy it Silver and gold gem set flower pendant 75 Stones Available Blue topaz Citrine Garnet Amethyst peridot Iolite Others on request Stone Amethyst Garnet B topaz Iolite Peridot Citrine Chain 16
    http://www.dd2.co.uk/Church_House_Jewellery/flower_necklace2.html (2016-05-01)


  • Deco curve earring set
    00 and each set of studs are 40 00 This takes your first set to 85 00 and you can then add different studs to give you a variety of colours Buy it Silver curves earrings Curves 45 Studs 40 Surrounds Silver curves Studs Onyx Garnet Amethyst Blue Topaz Citrine Peridot Lapis Iolite Turquoise Deco Squares A tale of torn ear lobes These earrings were developed in collaboration with a friend and client who has a friend who s ear lobe piercing were stretched in the days when earrings were rather larger than is fashionable now This I gather is not an uncommon problem and I should bear some responsibility having designed some truly monstrous earrings back in the late 80 s We ve all done things of which we are not proud The problem is twofold Firstly the earrings tend to fall forward as the hole is lover than it should be and secondly the stretched hole remains visible above the earring The way that these earrings are designed addresses both of these problems Because the silver cusp extends up behind the ear and the post of the stud goes through it at the back the weight is evenly distributed and the earring hangs vertically Secondly the silver cusp comes high enough at the front to cover the stretched piercing completely The original pair had the square holes to take the studs much lower as the lady in question had very stretched earlobes but we ve refined the design since then and find that with the hole positioned where it is the cusp of the earring covers the ear sufficiently to hide the stretched piercing hole If you do find that you need the stud to be positioned lower then I m happy to make up a pair to
    http://www.dd2.co.uk/Church_House_Jewellery/deco.html (2016-05-01)

  • Finding my ring size
    ask them to measure you you might want to express a mild interest in buying something as well although as a rule jewellers don t mind offering this service for free as an alternative I can send you out a plastic ring sizer They are not 100 accurate but will do well enough You can request one from my Catalogue page Failing that you can try this Make a thin cone out of paper and slip the ring onto it Draw around the inside of the ring with a sharp pencil where it touches the paper on the underside Unfurl the paper and measure the line You can enter this measurement in mm in the shopping cart or email me with the length If it s a gift Mostly she s going to wake up if you try to slip a plastic ring sizer onto her finger in the dead of night I can however get pretty close from a dress size If you re still not sure then you can just put La for a standard ladies size about L M or N in the UK scale or Ge for a standard Gent s size S T U I send all rings out with a plastic ring sizer so if it doesn t fit you can send it back with some idea of what it should have been You get one resizing for free with any ring purchase Bangles I supply bangles at a standard ladies size which gives a circumference of about 19cm on an oval If you need them bigger or smaller then I suggest you get some wire gardening wire is good and twist a loop that will just get over your hand Please note that it s the hand size that s important here and
    http://www.dd2.co.uk/rogues-gallery/ring%20sizes.htm (2016-05-01)

  • Light Interlink bracelet
    at a standard length but you can add or subtract links if you need a different length Each link threads through the previous one so the whole bracelet can be taken apart and put back together very easily As with everything on my site if you don t like it you can return it for a full refund Buy it Silver and gold light Interlink bracelet 185 Extra links 20
    http://www.dd2.co.uk/rogues-gallery/interlink_small.html (2016-05-01)

  • Inerlink necklaces
    necklace Each link 1 inch No of links Add Heavy Interlink necklace 14 links 16 15 links 18 No of links Add Interlink Collection Necklaces and pendants by Jeremy Heber All pieces are designed and made by Jeremy Heber from the best materials and here in the U K What are commonly called necklaces fall into two categories necklaces and pendants Necklaces have links and are continuous literally a lace around the neck whereas pendants hang from a chain as the name implies Technically of course a pendant has to hang on a necklace but none the less the distinction remains I ve grouped pendants and necklaces together in this section and you ll find that most of the designs fall into the pendant category although the few necklaces that I make at the moment do prove very popular especially the bead and hoop design and the Interlink necklace Pendants on the other hand have the benefit of being cheaper to produce and easier to wear The chains that I use on my pendants are almost exclusively silver snake chains These chime in with the design elements of the kind of jewellery that I make and are generally very popular As standard the pendants go out on a 16 chain but I can supply other styles of chain and of course other lengths Your best bet is to enter any request for a different chain into the Special Requests section of the shopping cart Materials The silver that I use in my necklaces and pendants is 925 or Sterling silver This means that for every thousand parts 925 are silver with the rest being made up of other metals Each piece of jewellery carries a British hallmark verifying the metal so that you can buy with confidence Cheaper silvers have
    http://www.dd2.co.uk/Church_House_Jewellery/necklace_4sm.html (2016-05-01)

  • Silver & gold interlink necklace
    rather than matches the bracelet Well here at last is something better This is the first one out and it matches the Goldilocks Interlink bracelet with 8mm gold beads but would do equally well as a compliment to the Monster Interlink bracelet As soon as I can get to it I ll make up a finer version with 6mm beads that will match the standard bracelet As with everything on
    http://www.dd2.co.uk/Church_House_Jewellery/bgb1n.htm (2016-05-01)


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