Gold Baby Shoe Charm

gold baby shoe charm
    baby shoe
  • a shoe designed to be worn by infants
  • A small ornament worn on a necklace or bracelet
  • The power or quality of giving delight or arousing admiration
  • appeal: attractiveness that interests or pleases or stimulates; "his smile was part of his appeal to her"
  • capture: attract; cause to be enamored; "She captured all the men's hearts"
  • An attractive or alluring characteristic
  • control by magic spells, as by practicing witchcraft
  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color
  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"
  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies
  • An alloy of this
  • coins made of gold
  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"
gold baby shoe charm - Bling Jewelry
Bling Jewelry Gold Vermeil CZ Pave Flower Baby Shoe Charm Pendant [Jewelry]
Bling Jewelry Gold Vermeil CZ Pave Flower Baby Shoe Charm Pendant [Jewelry]
This Designer Inspired Pendant is a combination of solid .925 sterling silver & bangin' 14-karat gold vermeil. Rhodium-plating ensures maximum bling while resisting tarnish. Its fresh and clean design features a floral motif that's tricked out by slammin' round cut diamond CZ rocks in an iced-out setting. At 1" in length, this banger will jingle nicely from any matching chain. Different from a designer look alike, this baby shoe pendant is made with quality materials. A top-notch gift for a Big Mama who wants to stunt the VIP way. Try this with our other sensational baby charm items: from bracelets to baby rattles! CHAIN NOT INCLUDED. Measures 1" in height including bail.

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Anton Walbrook (Adolf Wohlbrück)
Anton Walbrook (Adolf Wohlbrück)
German postcard by Ross Verlag, no. 9379,2, 1935-1936. Photo: Genja Jonas, Dresden. Dark and handsome Anton Walbrook or Adolf Wohlbruck (1896 - 1967) was a distinguished Austrian actor who starred in early German sound films as Walzerkrieg (1933) and Viktor und Viktoria (1933). After the rise of Hitler, he settled in Great Britain where he appeared in such film classics as The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943) and The Red Shoes (1948). He also played the ringmaster in La Ronde (1950). Anton Walbrook was born as Adolf Anton Wilhelm Wohlbruck in Vienna, Austria-Hungary (now Austria) in 1896. He was the son of Adolf Wohlbruck II and his Austrian wife Gisela Rosa Cohn. He descended from ten generations of actors though his father broke with tradition and had become a circus clown. Young Adolf studied with the famous stage director Max Reinhardt, who signed him to a five-year contract at the Deutsches Theater. In 1915 he had made his film debut as a circus director in the German silent film Marionetten/Marionettes (1915, Richard Lowenbein). During the mid-1920s, he starred in several films of the Stuart Webbs detective series, but the young actor was not noted in them. After the advent of sound film, this changed. He had a leading part opposite Anna Sten in the German language version of the drama Salto Mortale/Trapeze (1931, Ewald Andre Dupont) and starred opposite Heinz Ruhmann in the comedy Der Stolz der 3. Kompanie/The Pride of the Third Company (1932, Fred Sauer). Opposite lovely Anny Ondra, he appeared in the musical comedy Baby (1932, Carl Lamac). The dashing actor then graced a number of romantic films. He played Johann Strauss in the UFA operetta Walzerkrieg/The Battle of the Waltzes (1933, Ludwig Berger) opposite Renate Muller. Again with Muller, he appeared in the gender-bending UFA-comedy Viktor und Viktoria/Viktor and Viktoria (1933, Reinhold Schunzel), which later served as the inspiration and basis for the Hollywood comedy Victor Victoria (1982, Blake Edwards) starring Julie Andrews. He also appeared in the French version Georges et Georgette (1934, Roger Le Bon, Reinhold Schunzel) with Meg Lemonnier replacing Muller. A huge hit was Maskerade/Masquerade in Vienna (1934, Willi Forst) with Paula Wessely. Thensellek reviews at IMDb: “A delightful movie, full of atmosphere of the post World War I Vienna. (...) The story is told quickly, the scenes full of whit and very discreet erotic hints. The leads are cast with two of Austria finest (...). If you want to dive deeply into Austrian culture and understanding of the countries roots, then watch this wonderful movie.” Another interesting role was that of the student Balduin in the fantasy film Der Student von Prag/The Student of Prague (1935, Arthur Robison), a new and different version of the silent classic of 1913 starring Paul Wegener. In 1936 Wohlbruck went to Hollywood to reshoot dialogue for the RKO production The Soldier and the Lady (1937, George Nicholls) the English language version of the Jules Verne adaptation Der Kurier des Zaren/The Czar's Courier (1936, Richard Eichberg) in which he played Michael Strogoff, a role he had also played impeccably in the French and German versions. In Hollywood he changed his name from Adolf Wohlbruck into Anton Walbrook. Anton Walbrook was classified under the Nuremberg Laws as half-Jewish. He was also a homosexual and a political opponent of the Nazi regime. So instead of returning to Austria, he decided to settle in England. There he continued working as a film actor making a specialty of playing continental Europeans with his trademark moustache. Meanwhile he supported Jewish actors and their families in Germany from London. Producer-director Herbert Wilcox cast him as Prince Albert opposite Anna Neagle as Queen Victoria in the black-and-white costume film Victoria the Great (1937, Herbert Wilcox) and Walbrook also appeared in the color sequel, Sixty Glorious Years (1938, Herbert Wilcox). He was also on the London stage from 1939 in Design for Living. In the original film version of the stage thriller Gaslight (1940, Thorold Dickenson) he was the sadistic husband of Diana Wynyard, roles played by Charles Boyer and Ingrid Bergman in the later Hollywood remake. In the romantic melodrama Dangerous Moonlight (1941, Brian Desmond Hurst), Walbrook was a Polish pianist torn over whether to return home. He played a gentle pacifist in the wartime propaganda film 49th Parallel (1941, Michael Powell), made by the team of director Michael Powell and writer-producer Emeric Pressburger. In their satire The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943, Michael Powell) he played the role of the dashing, intense ‘good German’ officer Theo Kretschmar-Schuldorff. In their greatest hit, the romantic melodrama The Red Shoes (1948, Michael Powell), he was the tyrannical but charismatic impresario Lermontov who poises ballerina Victoria Page (Moira Shearer) to superstardom
Baby Shoe Charm Pearl Necklace
Baby Shoe Charm Pearl Necklace
:::Baby Shoe Charm Pearl Necklace::: Freshwater pearls' necklace with lovely baby shoes charm (French vintage) on top. If you like to wear pearls daily which is a trend these days, this would be perfect for you! I made it with 5cm (approximately 2 inch) adjuster, so you can change the necklace length occasionally. :::Size::: necklace length: 34cm (13.4 inch), Charm with 1 cm height 2 cm, 5cm (2 inch) adjuster :::Material::: freshwater pearls, gold plated French vintage baby shoe charm, gold plated adjuster, Czech pearl

gold baby shoe charm
gold baby shoe charm
10k Two-Tone Pink and White Gold Baby Mary Jane Shoe Diamond Pendant (.05cttw, I-J Color, I3 Clarity), 18"

XPY is all about self –expression; from life’s little luxuries to cute little critters, exotic adventures to homemade treasures. Each piece in the XPY collection tells a story that is as unique and stylish as the woman who wears it. Precious gems and diamonds set in gold and silver come together to make every piece of XPY jewelry an exquisite design of fun and fantasy.
Flights of fancy become stylish charms. Whether your passion is for purses, shoes, or tropical climates, there is always an emblem you can wear that will translate your desire. Hearts signify love. Stars embody celebrity. Horseshoes denote luck. Butter¬ies are free spirits and dragon¬flies are magical. Don't just choose one---select several to match your every mood!
The personalized power of charm pendants has been a favorite for millennia. Egyptians collected potent charms to protect them in the afterlife. Knights during the Middle Ages brought back amulets, precious stones and other holy relics back from the crusades as charms. During the Renaissance and Reformation, the wealthy classes collected and wore these charms as adornments, and by the 20th century most young girls' first piece of jewelry was a charm bracelet. It's no coincidence that even today, charms are still regarded as something worn for a 'magical' effect - by wearing a special charm pendant, you welcome good luck into your life.
XPY is all about personalization and versatility – these pieces come in an unbelievable range of materials, from precious metal pieces to bejeweled expressions. Any piece from the XPY collection is a great gift, as they can easily be customized to the wearer creating unique, personally meaningful pieces that reflect the intended wearer's taste and personality.
With such an incredible range of styles to choose from, there's no reason not to show off your charms!

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