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Jewelry

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Tim_Whatley, Feb 27, 2009.

  1. Tim_Whatley

    Tim_Whatley Senior member

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    what do you wear? what do you like?
     
  2. Mr. Argyle

    Mr. Argyle Well-Known Member

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    I have a gold chain around my neck with the "Chai" symbol, which means "life" in Hebrew.
     
  3. Deluks917

    Deluks917 Senior member

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    I have a gold chain around my neck with the "Chai" symbol, which means "life" in Hebrew.

    It also looks extremely close to Pi.
     
  4. toothsomesound

    toothsomesound Senior member

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    I have a long leather necklace that I wear from time to time, it's mostly a sentimental thing. I suppose if I ever found a ring I really liked I'd wear one but no dice thus far. My grandfather has a tigers eye ring that I'm supposed to inherit, it's a little gaudy for my tastes though, maybe I'd make a necklace out of it.

    When I was freshman I wore a lot of leather cuffs and bracelets and shit like that. Then for a while I had a sailors knot around my ankle....those were really just phases anyway, hahah.
     
  5. Timbaland

    Timbaland Senior member

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    I have a jade necklace with my name written in Chinese on it. I also wear a ring I got from Aldo.
     
  6. Mazda

    Mazda Senior member

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    Silver Claddagh necklace Tiffany Mesh Ring from the intial collection. Newer versions are very pronouncedly feminine. [​IMG]
     
  7. sci-fi-o-hi-fi

    sci-fi-o-hi-fi Well-Known Member

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    I've been wanting some Phenomenon Beyond Description stuff for a long time, super expensive though... one day. The guy makes all of it from 1964 mint coins, which have the highest silver content. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Mazda Senior member

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    Holy crap, is that a bullet hole in kennedy's head? Must have.
     
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    interesting stuff sci-fi
     
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    Mudalyunz n' amulutz
     
  11. Tim_Whatley

    Tim_Whatley Senior member

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    IWC, Breguet, vintage Longines, Glashutte Orginal or Louis Vuitton watch, small Cartier watch that belonged to my grandmother.

    Copper/steel chain necklace

    Small gold class ring that belonged to my grandmother

    Woven gold and elk ivory ring that belonged to my grandmother

    Philip Crangi steel and 18k yellow and rose gold bracelets

    Werkstat triple ring
     
  13. XenoX101

    XenoX101 Senior member

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    Only jewelry I wear is a vintage quartz pendant on a leather necklace that my mum lets me borrow (it's worth a bit surprisingly). I have a Tissot watch thats broken which I will get fixed one of these days, but until then, just the pendant.
     
  14. Tim_Whatley

    Tim_Whatley Senior member

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    any suggestions for subtle/inexpensive pieces?
     
  15. Deluks917

    Deluks917 Senior member

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    Pendant I pretty wear: [​IMG] Cuff I wear pretty infrequently (gotta love buying shit you don't like on heavy discount): [​IMG] Rogues Gallery Before they rose their prices through the roof: [​IMG] Wrap Bracelet: [​IMG] [​IMG] I want a ring, any suggestions sub 200 dollars.
     
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    2 1960 minimalist-looking IWCs - one in white gold, the other gold.

    I prefer the white gold one as it's more understated, and doesn't clash with my more modern outfits.

    Currently looking for some kind of necklace, but I haven't really pinpointed anything as of yet.
     
  18. mikey34

    mikey34 Senior member

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    my watch- panerai 232
    black leather bracelet- john hardy
     
  19. Reggs

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    I'm not even going to wear a wedding ring when I get married.

    Also, that Kennedy pendant is for edgy college students.
     
  20. Razele

    Razele Senior member

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    I only wear a watch to work. Of which I have two.

    A 90's Speedmaster Reduced.

    A 60's Seamaster Cosmic.

    For casual, I'm thinking of the following.

    An sterling silver antique bracelet.

    It's a plain, soil, cylindrical band with screw on spheres on each end. Its rather aged. I think it looks fantastic.

    Over time, I'll probably get a few rings. My father has an onyx ring I'll probably get copied, and were going to work on a crest for our family as we have no lineage.
     

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