Gold Script Name Necklace : Mens White Gold Onyx Ring.

Gold Script Name Necklace

gold script name necklace
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  • 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
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gold script name necklace - Personalized 14K
Personalized 14K Gold Carrie 'Sex and the City' Script Any Name Pendant Necklace
Personalized 14K Gold Carrie 'Sex and the City' Script Any Name Pendant Necklace
You can personalize this script necklace with any name/word up to 8 characters. Hand cut from a solid sheet of 14K gold and polished to perfection. Includes a 14K pendant chain in your choice of 14", 16", or 18" -- and your choice of standard nameplate thickness (.4mm) or double nameplate thickness (.8mm). A thicker nameplate adds strength and enhances beauty by adding more dimension -- and with the thicker nameplate option you may select a name/word up to 10 characters. Provide us with the name for the necklace by following the directions in the bullet points above. If you forget, promptly send us the name through Contact Seller after your order has been placed. STARTING FROM WHEN WE RECEIVE A NAME, US orders will be delivered in about 12-18 days (14-21 days for non-US) and about 7-12 days with express shipping.

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An Excessively Rare and Important Egyptian Gold Stater of the Pharaoh Nectanebo II (359-340 B.C.E.), the Only Hieroglyphic Coin from Egypt in Precious Metal, the Pharaoh Stressing his Native Roots
An Excessively Rare and Important Egyptian Gold Stater of the Pharaoh Nectanebo II (359-340 B.C.E.), the Only Hieroglyphic Coin from Egypt in Precious Metal, the Pharaoh Stressing his Native Roots
PHARAONIC EGYPT, Nactanebo II. Gold. Stater. 8.28 g. Ca. 350 B.C.E. Horse galloping right / Necklace (the hieroglyph nub ‘gold’) over heart and windpipe (the hieroglyph nefer ‘fine’) Condition: Extremely fine. Provenance: S. Weintraub Collection. The only hieroglyphic coin from Pharaonic Egypt in precious metal. Until the establishment of Ptolemaic rule in Egypt after the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC, Egypt produced almost none of its own coinage. Large quantities of imitation coins of Athens had, however, been made in Egypt during the fourth century. From time to time these made reference to a current ruler; the short-lived Tachos who produced a gold coin with Athenian types and his name in Greek during the great revolt of the Persian satraps or governors in 361 BC, and the Persian king Artaxerxes III minted silver ‘Athenian’ coins with his name inscribed in Egyptian demotic script when he recovered Egypt in 343 BC. During the period between these dates Egypt maintained a precarious independence, and for much of the time was ruled by a native king Nectanebo II. To emphasise his native origin, his rare coins abandoned--uniquely--the Athenian ‘format’. In its place he used the design of a horse; though the horse reflects the Greek tradition in its conception the reverse is wholly alien. It consists simply of two hieroglyphs, together meaning ‘fine gold’. HUNT I, 106
This was the first spread that I did in Dolores' altered book on women. A few months ago, while reading Lynne Perrella's book "Artists' Journals and Sketchbooks," I was intrigued by one of her spreads where she used overlapping profiles of women. I wanted to do something similar, and in looking for portraits in this style I discovered the information that is contained in these pages that I have put together. I knew that this topic would be perfect for Dolores' book which is about women's lib.
I have attempted here to show how women were portrayed in Renaissance portraits, which says a lot about how they were treated overall.

I made the frame out of strips of corrugated cardboard, sprayed gold, and trimmed the edges with decorative scissors. I made her necklace with tiny gold lame' cord and tied on a red jewel (actually a translucent bead.) The sign on the portrait was stamped and embossed with gold powder. I cut out the profile on the right side, wrote on it with McCaffery's ink and a Nikko pointed nib in a simplified version of Spencerian script. I then aged it with Judikin's color duster brushes and Adirondack inks in butterscotch, caramel, and currant. Don't those color names make you hungry?

In the actual book, the profile is just a cut-out shape, which overlaps the next page, but for scanning purposes I backed it with a piece of black paper.

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