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Come see Chantilly, and many other lovely, unique options, at Maloy's. The incredible repoussé details on these 14k gold lockets are absolutely unforgettable.
Local Portland Designer Stowaway hand makes these perfect necklaces with gorgeous specially chosen stones placed in simple yet unique metal work. We have yet to find an outfit these earrings don't pair perfectly with, and a person they don't look incredible on. We were lucky enough to acquire 3 of these in like new condition. Come visit and experience our vast one of a kind heirloom collection to find something special. The varied colors of the natural Jasper stone set in silver will go with many styles.
We proudly offer a wide selection of locally-made and fair-trade artisan jewelry in brass, gold and silver.
Choose from earrings, necklaces and bracelets including pieces created through a social enterprise that empowers women around the world through dignified jobs and fair trade relationship.
These bright beauties will become your go-to earrings for day and night.
Lacy and precise, it holds a bright antique .33ct diamond.
Vintage engagement rings are the most earth friendly choice, and the most beautiful too.
And you specialized in getting naked in front of an audience.
It wouldn’t have taken us even eight months to get married if there hadn’t been a several week communication hitch after I wrote my first letter to Laurel.
The two and a half page single-spaced description of my marvelous qualities (I could have gone on for quite a bit longer, but wanted to project at least a veneer of humility) piqued Laurel’s interest. ” “That’s all right; I’ll call back.” Experienced in the perils and pitfalls of dating, Laurel thought that Celeste might be my wife.
But in the “no strings attached” category, there was just 1 woman wanting a man, but 13 men wanting a woman (apparently no-stringers “want,” while personals “seek”).
For fifteen years I’ve been happy to be strung to Laurel. Her ad said that she “seeks a mate to share the mysteries and pleasures of life.” She found one.