How excited was I to snaffle this hoard of pretty costume jewellery from the Salvation Army charity shop yesterday? The ladies in there are just wonderful and hold back interesting bits and pieces they think I'd like.
This beauty is quite sought after if this link's anything to go by.
Striking 1970's piece by Channel Islands Jewellery
Miracle are a Birmingham-based company producing fine Celtic-inspired jewellery since 1946
I love this Corocraft piece with the Georgian lady, greyhound and the folly in the background.
I adore Sheffield Steel jewellery and bizarrely share the surname of the inventor of Stainless Steel, perhaps I'm in line for an inheritance?
Kitsch but kind of cute. It's hand-painted but I can't make out the signature.
This hallmarked pendant has a handy pin on the back enabling it to be worn as a brooch.
This screw-opening silvertone pendant contained a photograph of a happy couple, I left it at the shop in case they could trace the owner.
Now, which one shall I wear tonight?
PS The nail varnish is Barry M's Spring Green.