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Sapphire blue set by Pinkabsinthe Sapphire blue set by Pinkabsinthe
Set available to purchase on pre-order. Cost is $70

If you're interested to buy - essage me here or on my Etsy page:
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:iconukuli:
Ukuli Feb 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow, these are very beautiful. :wow:
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WoronHeart Jun 12, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey, what metals do you use for your accessories?

And it looks very beautiful, especially the bracelet.
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:iconpinkabsinthe:
It's oxidized brass with sterling silver plating. Thank you =)
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:iconworonheart:
WoronHeart Jun 13, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh that's awesome. Means I'd most likely be able to wear it without getting a rash. :D
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:iconpinkabsinthe:
I guess so - it's nickel and lead free ;)
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Leathurkatt-TFTiggy Jun 12, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Sapphire is actually my birthstone. I might try to get a set, though the only part I don't like is the heart piece on the necklace. Looks good otherwise though.
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:iconpinkabsinthe:
Just to clarify - sapphire here it's name of color, not a real one stone. I have other necklace design without heart part: [link]
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Leathurkatt-TFTiggy Jun 12, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh I know it's not the actual stone. **smiles** If it was, the price would be significantly higher.
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:iconpinkabsinthe:
Exactly ;) But once one girl asked me about $35 necklace: if these emeralds are real? hehe
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Leathurkatt-TFTiggy Jun 12, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
O.o Wow. Obviously someone does not understand the difference between real and simulated, let alone the cost difference between the two. >.<
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