When I traveled to Tibet a few years ago and stayed overnight at the Everest Base Camp, I was really starry when I looked up. There is a very conspicuous star belt in the center of the starry sky. The local guide said that it is the belt of the sky. And that night, there were several meteors across the sky, so beautiful that I hardly want to sleep, just want to see the stars all night. For us who live in the urban jungle, this beautiful scenery is too precious, and it is still very unforgettable ✨💕. ・ Today’s set of Star-Art jewelry reminds me of the starry sky full of natural spirituality. The sterling silver and water blue rhinestone match the cool colors of the night. The pendant-style star earrings swayed a little bit of starlight as they stepped. The brooch uses filigree as its structure, winding out smooth lines like blooming, as if reaching out into the sky, catching the tail of a shooting star, and gathering it into a bouquet of light bursts. Every antique and old piece is a star in history, and different stories and imaginations are found in every appreciation. ・ ・ Origin: United States Year: 1960s Material: sterling silver, rhinestone size: ・Brooch 6.5x6 cm (there is a ring that can be worn as a pendant) ・Ear plugs 3.7x1.7 cm/sold/ Condition: Very good, slight traces of use Marking: brand and material imprint Spot in Taiwan, domestic shipping post office, or 7-11, family store to store +60 yuan 🌟Free shipping over 3000 🌟 - - Old pieces of jewelry are no longer produced, and their numbers will only decrease day by day, making them more and more difficult to find. Also because they are becoming rarer, they become unique accessories. Antiques and old pieces are not new, and the traces of the years are more connotation and rarity. Please do not look at the strict standards of new products. I believe you will be able to bloom in the story of old jewelry with unparalleled elegance and brilliance.
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- Origin: United States Year: 1960s The sterling silver and water blue rhinestone match the cool colors of the night. The brooch uses filigree as its structure, winding out smooth lines like blooming, as if reaching out into the sky, catching the tail of a shooting star, and gathering it into a bouquet of light bursts.