Lucy directly drew her work table near her and reseated herself with an alacrity and cheerfulness which seemed to infer that she could taste no greater delight than in making a filigree
basket for a spoilt child.
This exhilarating feeling becomes all the more heightened if it's a premium development by Filigree
, the newest luxury real estate brand in the country offering an unrivaled portfolio of masterfully crafted, upscale living spaces.
For a young luxury real estate brand, Filigree
was able set new standards in the local property industry both as a marquee of excellence and exclusivity.
99, Argos Rose goldplated and silver filigree
locket, PS55, Ernest Jones SPLURGE 9ct rose gold heartshaped engraved diamond locket, PS79.
Here, at a counter in his workshop, the 53-year-old goldsmith creates jewels mostly inspired by nature, weaving filigree
animals and flowers from precious metals as his father and grandfather did before him.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 18, 2017-SWM INTL reports increase in filigree
papers line in France
The Watchmaker of Filigree
Street is her first novel.
THE WATCHMAKER OF FILIGREE
STREET BY NATASHA PULLEY (Bloomsbury Circus, hardback PS12.
side table with mirrored top, PS89, Artisanti
MATERIALS 2 pieces of silk ribbon (15 inches long by 1 inch wide) * 2 crystal clusters (think: vintage clip-on earrings) * 2 small silver filigree
findings to go between the top of your shoe and the bow (findings can be found at a craft or beading store, near the clasps) * Tacky glue * Thread, in a color to match the ribbon * Sewing needle * 2 shoe clip findings * Craft adhesive
Each flower, usually blue (although there are pink and white varieties) sits in a lacy ruff of filigree
leaves, giving it a nebulous quality.
The bondage-inspired pieces are made from gold filigree
, Swarovski crystals, satin elastic bands, customised French embroidered lace and 18-carat gold plated decorations and buckles.
There was also a gold filigree
ring from Malta and a crucifix set with earrings from Prague.
Ordered chaos, lightness and filigree
are just a few of the characteristics that this product may bring to mind.
Over and over, a woman's skin reveals itself within the great body of literature like a dress lifted slowly from foot, ankle, calf, thigh, until there is no dress left to speak of, no whalebone bodice trimmed in lace, no makeup to filigree
the woman's noble face-- nothing between the words and the eye but pulp and ink, and the reader's finger follows the line wherever it leads.