Photo 28 Nov Regram from @jagermeisternz 
Limited edition jager pendants available from the jager shop Dec 1

Regram from @jagermeisternz
Limited edition jager pendants available from the jager shop Dec 1

Photo 27 Oct Protea ring.  Sterling silver

Protea ring. Sterling silver

Photo 15 Oct Skull stack rings

Skull stack rings

Photo 14 Oct Piece for this weekends Diabetes Youth Auckland charity auction. Titled ‘Shinkansen’ after the song that inspired it. Silver, silk and carnelian #decortica #lovehotel

Piece for this weekends Diabetes Youth Auckland charity auction. Titled ‘Shinkansen’ after the song that inspired it. Silver, silk and carnelian #decortica #lovehotel

Photo 17 Sep
Photo 19 Aug
Photo 19 Aug
Video 19 Aug 135 notes

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Joachim Tielke, guitar, 1693. Hamburg, Germany.

Tielke (1641-1719) built a large number of highly prestigious stringed instruments, of which fifteen guitars are known to survive today. The instruments were often elaborately decorated with ivory and tortoiseshell inlay similar to the floral motifs on this example.

From about 1650, the guitar became a highly fashionable instrument throughout Europe, and guitarists like Francesco Corbetta and Robert de Visée could make a good living at the courts of Charles II of England and Louis XIV of France respectively. These two composed melodious works at a time when much guitar music consisted of strumming sequences of chords, named after letters of the alphabet (all’alfabeto), as opposed to notes and keys.

Photo 19 Aug 61 notes design-is-fine:

Louis Comfort Tiffany, Tiles, 1905. Manufactured by Tiffany Furnaces, New Yok, Favrile glass.

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Louis Comfort Tiffany, Tiles, 1905. Manufactured by Tiffany Furnaces, New Yok, Favrile glass.

Photo 18 Aug 16,050 notes design-is-fine:

Tiffany & Co., Smith and Wesson, .44 Single Action Revolver, 1888. Steel, silver.

Between about 1880 and 1905, Tiffany & Co. embellished a series of deluxe handguns for the nation’s leading firearms manufacturers, notably Colt, Winchester, and, most important, Smith & Wesson. The guns were either special orders for Tiffany’s well-heeled clientele or commissioned by the manufacturer as show pieces for display in exhibitions


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design-is-fine:

Tiffany & Co., Smith and Wesson, .44 Single Action Revolver, 1888. Steel, silver.

Between about 1880 and 1905, Tiffany & Co. embellished a series of deluxe handguns for the nation’s leading firearms manufacturers, notably Colt, Winchester, and, most important, Smith & Wesson. The guns were either special orders for Tiffany’s well-heeled clientele or commissioned by the manufacturer as show pieces for display in exhibitions

This is not a want…its a need! Wait, that doesn’t sound right…


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