Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Wordless 40

Isn’t this stunning?

This piece of jewelry is historical yet not really in a groundbreaking kind of way.

Do you know its significance?

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17 comments:

Sue said...

Gorgeous, and vaguely familiar. Looking forward to the answer and Happy WW :)

elisheva said...

Wow, that's beautiful. Is it your latest bling-bling from your husband?

FRIDAY'S CHILD said...

Yes indeed. Very stunning.
Mine's up too.

Jan said...

Beautiful. Looks familar, but I sure don't know what it is.

ellen b said...

I wish it was historically mine!!

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

Nope, I flunked history class. Did very well in math though. Have a great WW. :)

wfm said...

Well I hope it's yours, because I bet it's worth a bit of cash!

Wordquilter said...

Looks like something Princess Diana would have worn. What a beautiful piece of jewelry!

Villager said...

Wonderful WW photo! A girl's best friend...

My WW photos honor the Jena 6. I encourage you to either attend the protest march scheduled for 9/20/07 in Jena, LA or WEAR ALL BLACK on Thursday!

peace, Villager

Rayne said...

Hope diamond?

Raquel said...

Pretty, I want to have like that too. *wink*

Mine is up at Photographic Memories.

Yen said...

Stunning indeed! I wouldn't mind having one! :D
Happy WW!

gwapasila said...

gorgeous indeed!

Mine is up now at The FourSeasons of My Life hope you can visit me .

Joyismygoal said...

really pretty but we have lots of pics of hope diamond so i know it is not that is it Russian?

EHT said...

JoyIsMyGoal, you are right. It is not the Hope Diamond. The blue stone is actually an auquamarine, and sadly.....it is not mine. :(

Actually though....it belongs to every American citizen.

So Lost said...

It is really pretty.

meeyauw said...

the only diamond I know of is the Hope Diamond that elizabeth taylor got!