Thursday 24 February 2011

Wedding jewellery with faux pearls and cream beads

Spring and looking for vintage wedding jewellery is definitely on its way this week. Purple iris bulbs are starting to emerge and the shrubs are bursting into bud. The poor garden has taken a huge cold spell this winter that has devastated many plants. At this moment, we are not sure whether we have lost the two large "palm" trees or yuccas. The lavenders have died along one border and the we have also lost a large shrub in the front garden.

 vintage brooch in green 

But its been too wet to do anything, except clear up all the yucca leaves, into about 6 bin bags and filled the green bin to the top.
Lucky we brought in the banana plants in large pots and not leave them in the garden, other wise I think we would have lost them too.

So while I decide how what to plant in the empty spaces - we added many pieces of vintage jewellery and pre owned jewellery suitable for use as wedding jewellery for that something old piece.

In our traditional wedding jewellery selection, you will find faux pearl bead necklaces both vintage and pre owned. Clear rhinestone jewellery of brooches, earrings and necklacesCream and ivory coloured jewellery of wedding necklaces and wedding brooches. All to compliment wedding accessories for both the bride and bridesmaids.

Of course we have added lots of other brooches, earrings, bracelets and necklaces as well. 



  1. One of these days will get the hang of these links!!

  2. Love the peach necklace, so pretty and unique. Love the vintage look.

  3. Nice Post....Beautiful collection of wedding jewellery designs. These are all so beautiful, it would be hard to chose one.Great job done keep it up..

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I preserve the past. Researching family and local history. Finding about mine and other people's ancestors, is just one of my passions. I also love vintage costume jewellery made here in the UK. I write about my finds and like to research.