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2017-02-19

In The Desert Of Life...

The Wise Person Travels By Caravan...

Click the picture to get to see this Fairylike Cartier Paris Art Deco diamond brooch with donkey/mule, buffalo and camel.
Click the picture to see more from this Art Deco brooch signed Cartier, Paris.

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

2017-02-12

Oops!

Seems like Cupid made a mistake!

Click the picture to get to see this Antique sword brooch from solid pieces of diamond cut into hilt and blade shape.
Click the picture to see more from this antique brooch crafted from solid diamonds.

 

 

As these days are very busy for Cupid, we've heard from a reliable source that he ran out of arrows. Of course he can't disappoint anyone waiting for their one true love, so he's forced to switch to using his diamond sword!

This sword brooch is truly made out of no less material than two solid pieces of diamond for the blade and another solid piece of diamond for the hilt. The shimmer of the lozenge shaped facets on the diamond surface is almost too bright for the human eye to perceive. So when Cupid makes his hit through your lover's heart, it will be swift and almost as if nothing happened. But soon enough, the passion between you and your sweetheart will spark as radiant as the nine old European cut diamonds and the nine rose cut diamonds set in the silver pommel, the cross-guard, scabbard-belt and carrying-band. Tipped with a silver chape on a red gold back, Cupid's love sword will strike harder than any arrow. Are you ready to face the consequence of Cupid's new toy?

Apart from the alluring connotation we've given this jewel in these times filled with romance, it is a unique brooch almost fully manufactured out of diamond. Furthermore, these diamond parts are cut in a way we've never seen before. Another special diamond is encrusted in the center of the sword's cross-guard. Its yellow-greenish colour is extraordinary and very uncommon. Be aware of this dangerous brooch, because it might touch your heart as well.

 

 

 
 
 
 

2017-02-05

Adin Antique Jewellery Presents:

Heartwarming Jewelry in Cold and Dark Days

Click the picture to get to see this Dazzling Van Cleef & Arpels tricolour gold snowflake pendant and earrings topped with diamonds.
Click the picture to see more from this set by van Cleef & Arpels.

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

2017-01-29

Art Deco Treasure

From The Hanging Gardens of Adin Antique Jewellery

Click the picture to get to see this Typical Art Deco platinum diamond engagement ring.
Click the picture to see more from this Art Deco diamond and sapphire ring.

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

2017-01-22

Adin Fine Antique Jewellery Presents

Recipes d'Amour:
Ye Olde Green Em'rald Pea Pottage Parure

Click the picture to get to see this French Early Victorian antique parure brooch earrings bracelet enameled gold.
Click the picture to see more from this antique gold parure (brooch, bracelet and earrings).

 

 

Original Adin Recipe from the Middle Ages!

To those familiar with the Adin Weekly Herald it does not come as a surprise that we are also very much interested in cooking. It's not even a bold statement when we say that there is such a thing as "La Cuisine d'Adin". So it happened that when browsing through some antique cooking books from the Middle Ages we ran into some original Adin old school recipes. We thought it would be only fair to share this with you.
Enjoy!

 

 

Ye Olde Green Em'rald Pea Pottage Parure

Ye preparation timeth:
the timeth of milking three fully load'd goats

    Ye p'rtions:
  •   two pints cleane water of meremen teardroplets
  •   12 oz geardtun pesoun of nightly picketh
  •   six oz oynouns cuttlereyth by maedenchild
  •   one handbred oile of whaelens lards rysel
  •   one half handbred saffroun pouder, couereth in 8 handbred water
  •   two handbred light brown sugur from over the dunes
  •   one half handbred salt from the diepest seas
  •   one em'rald parure of Adin antique jewell'rey (f'r example the parure as pictur'd)

Ye processeth:
Perrey of pesoun. Take pesoun and seeth hem fast, and couere hem, til thei berst; thenne take hem vp and cole hem thrugh a cloth. Take oynouns and mynce hem, and seeth in the same sewe, and oile therwith; cast therto sugur, salt, and safroun. Seeth hem wel therafter, and serue hem forth with an emerald parure.

Remember yond, in oure snuggerey Middle Ages, the thicker a purée wast, the better thei quality wast bethought to beest. Ergo don't beest too saving on the amount of gimms and jewels thee addeth.

Nothing better to warmeth thee on winterdagas: enjoyeth!

 

 

For more information, please click the picture and find the full explanation at the descriptive page of these fine jewels.

 
 
 
 

2017-01-15

Adin Fine Antique Jewellery Information

Precious Cross from the 17th Century

Click the picture to get to see this 17th Century gold and diamond cross.
Click the picture to see more from this 17th Century diamond cross.

 

 

As if a guardian angel has bestowed upon this yellow gold cross with a value of 18K and possibly higher, this inestimable Iberian (Spain or Portugal) pendant and brooch with 23 old table rose cut diamonds withstands since the 17th century.

Except for the grand pear shaped suspension, the primary shape of a diamond ascending from an eight lobed dome embellished with mille grains repeats around the fully diamond-encrusted centre. The airy presence of this jewel is a merit of the curling wirework from which leaflets sprout in between the intersections.

For more information, please click the picture and find the full explanation at the descriptive page of this fine jewel.

 
 
 
 

2017-01-01

Adin Fine Antique Jewellery Information

Multifunctional Opal

Click the picture to get to see this Art Deco diamond and opal ring.
Click the picture to see more from this Art Deco opal and diamond ring.

 

 

Opal
A touch of history ...

 

The mysterious opal can evoke as many convictions and superstitions, as it can twinkle colours.

In the Arabic world, it was said that opals fall from the heavens during lightning storms. The Romans thought that this one gemstone beheld the power of all gemstones, because it displays all of their different colours at once. Still, it took only one novel from the 1800s by Sir Walter Scott to make people think of this stone as bad luck.

Although we wouldn’t dare to tell you what to believe, we do recommend this jewel to all fair ladies. It is namely accepted since medieval times that an opal has got the power to preserve the colour of blond hair. And let me punctuate that we are too respectful and respectable to make jokes about blondes.

For more information, please click the picture and find the full explanation at the descriptive page of this fine jewel.

 
 
 
 

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