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Elisa. This jewel is inspired on the circus. It is a bracelet for women, made in yellow and pink gold, with figures of elephants and seals, printed and enameled, using cloissone technique, that will look wonderful on your wrist.

Elisa. This jewel is inspired on the circus. It is a bracelet for women, made in yellow and pink gold, with figures of elephants and seals, printed and enameled, using cloissone technique, that will look wonderful on your wrist.

Posy ring with pictogram inscription, ‘Two hands, one heart, Till death us part.’ Remains of red and white enamel in inscription. Made in England in the 17th century

Posy ring with pictogram inscription, ‘Two hands, one heart, Till death us part.’ Remains of red and white enamel in inscription. Made in England in the 17th century

Elisa. This jewel is inspired on the circus. It is a bracelet for women, made in yellow and pink gold, with figures of elephants and seals, printed and enameled, using cloissone technique, that will look wonderful on your wrist.

Elisa. This jewel is inspired on the circus. It is a bracelet for women, made in yellow and pink gold, with figures of elephants and seals, printed and enameled, using cloissone technique, that will look wonderful on your wrist.

Paint washers with layers of nail varnish and decorate with glitter. Seal with clear nail varnish and string on nylon craft strings.

Paint washers with layers of nail varnish and decorate with glitter. Seal with clear nail varnish and string on nylon craft strings.

Princess Madeleine of Sweden Marries American Banker Christopher O'Neill

Princess Madeleine of Sweden Marries American Christopher O’Neill

Princess Madeleine of Sweden Marries American Banker Christopher O'Neill

Romilly Saumarez-Smith’s miniature artworks are made from detritus found by mudlarks and metal detectorists that she has snapped up on eBay – and they have the seal of approval of Edmund de Waal

The woman turning ancient buried treasure into jewellery

Romilly Saumarez-Smith’s miniature artworks are made from detritus found by mudlarks and metal detectorists that she has snapped up on eBay – and they have the seal of approval of Edmund de Waal

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