Obsession: Egyptian Inspired Jewelry. #SummerVibes by Sara Roulston - Musely
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Obsession: Egyptian Inspired Jewelry. #SummerVibes

posted in Fashion
07/19/2016
  • The mystery and allure of ancient Egypt has inspired many. This ancient civilization has influenced fashion more than any other culture. I have personally rediscovered my love and respect for its beauty thanks to my friend @May Berry who made a brilliant point about respecting cultures. Thanks May! 
    The mystery and allure of ancient Egypt has inspired many. This ancient civilization has influenced fashion more than any other culture. I have personally rediscovered my love and respect for its beauty thanks to my friend @May Berry who made a brilliant point about respecting cultures. Thanks May! 
  • The Nilestone cartouche is by far the most sought after piece of Egyptian jewelry. The hollow interior of this cartouche pendant is designed according to ancient Egyptian space management techniques, it bears your name in beautiful hieroglyphic symbols. I own one & it's my favorite piece of jewelry.
    The Nilestone cartouche is by far the most sought after piece of Egyptian jewelry. The hollow interior of this cartouche pendant is designed according to ancient Egyptian space management techniques, it bears your name in beautiful hieroglyphic symbols. I own one & it's my favorite piece of jewelry.

  • The Art Deco Era was wild about Egyptian revival--wouldn't anyone be with this ring? Circa 1935, it is fine craftsmanship from Rene Boivin. The ring features emeralds and diamonds, done in 18k yellow gold. 
    The Art Deco Era was wild about Egyptian revival--wouldn't anyone be with this ring? Circa 1935, it is fine craftsmanship from Rene Boivin. The ring features emeralds and diamonds, done in 18k yellow gold. 

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