Wednesday, December 15, 2010

What in the world?

How would you like something like this for Christmas?

12 comments:

Michelle Davidson Argyle said...

I would be cheating if I answered this...because wasn't I there when you took this picture. :)

Patti said...

Is that the necklace the lady on the movie Titantic threw into the water.

Elana Johnson said...

I'm so not a jewelry person, so I can safely say I'd pass on this...

Yat-Yee said...

It looks fancy and expensive...but I prefer designs that are less symmetrical, more free flow. Besides, where would I wear this to?

No idea what it is.

lotusgirl said...

Michelle, I guess it would be cheating. I think you have some shots just like this one, don't you?

Patti, Uh, I don't think so.

Elana, I wouldn't really want it either. It's beautiful though, and in person it was incredibly sparkly.

Yat-Yee, Yeah. very fancy and very expensive. I wouldn't have anywhere to wear it either.

Susan R. Mills said...

Nope wouldn't want it. I don't do necklaces, especially large ones that might make me fall over from the weight. :)

T. Anne said...

Does it carry a curse? If so no thanx. I may have accidentally aquired that sort of jewelry on my own. ;) Oh heck, I'd take it anyway. Bring on the bling! I have no idea what it's called.

Alyssa said...

Oh! That's the Hope Diamond. I think it was originally something bleu de France? But it's official title now is The Hope Diamond.

P.S. I'm so excited to see you on Friday! :D

Jessie Oliveros said...

Honestly, the first thing I thought was Titanic. (Ha, Patti.)

Heidi Willis said...

The Hope diamond is the first that comes to mind, but I've seen that one here in DC and I don't think the setting of it looks like this.

I'm a silver kind of gal myself, and usually stuff a little daintier than this. :)

Caryn Caldwell said...

I was guessing the Hope Diamond, too - probably because that's the only diamond I know of by name! If I had to name it, I'd simply call it 'Burglar Bait'.

Amie Kaufman said...

I do not know, but I covet it.