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White Gold Open Heart Pendant





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    white gold
  • a pale alloy of gold usually with platinum or nickel or palladium

  • White Gold (5;>5 7>;>B>) is a 2003 Russian action film directed by Viktor Ivanov from a screenplay by John Jopson and Viktor Ivanov.

  • A silver-colored alloy of gold with nickel, platinum, or another metal

  • While pure gold is yellow in color, colored gold can be developed into various colors. These colors are generally obtained by alloying gold with other elements in various proportions.





    open heart
  • "An Open Heart" (2009) is the first upcoming comeback single released by Tammin in 4 years from her second upcoming comeback studio album Love Struck.

  • Cardiac surgery is a surgery on the heart and/or great vessels performed by a cardiac surgeon. Frequently, it is done to treat complications of ischemic heart disease (for example, coronary artery bypass grafting), correct congenital heart disease, or treat valvular heart disease caused by

  • An Open Heart is a book written by the Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso and Nicholas Vreeland published by Little, Brown and Company, in 2002 ISBN 0316930938 The book explains the fundamentals of Buddhism.





    pendant
  • an adornment that hangs from a piece of jewelry (necklace or earring)

  • pendent: held from above; "a pendant bunch of grapes"

  • chandelier: branched lighting fixture; often ornate; hangs from the ceiling

  • Hanging downward; pendent











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10k White Gold Diamond Crowned Open Heart Pendant (.328cttw, I-J Color, I3 Clarity), 18"


10k White Gold Diamond Crowned Open Heart Pendant (.328cttw, 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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grandma





There is not enough pencil to draw a clear picture of grandma in your mind. Still I will try to give you an outline of her. Her face shows many emotions, a cocktail of emotions, a mix of emotions. I’m sure that if she were in the film industry, she would have won an Oscar. It’s good fun to listen to her old stories. Not fairytale stories which I don’t think she knows even one. I am talking about her own stories, about her life as well as others’. It’s much more interesting than any fairytale. And the way she narrates makes it more exciting. These snaps I clicked once when she was telling me one of those stories. She remembers (or makes up on the spot, who knows) dialogue by dialogue from her childhood. Even though she is in her 80s now, she remains 18 by heart. She still likes to use hair extensions and black bead necklaces. Even though she likes all bright colors, green is her favourite. Usually, you can see her in ‘set mundu’ (a white saree with a golden broad border) and a green blouse. And a thick golden chain with a pendant which has the image of a goddess carved in gold with a red stone. Like Marilyn Monroe, she has a black mole on her cheek which has helped her to look apart from her twin sister.

It has not been long since we got electricity in our village, Bethurpara. I think it came by the old ‘sukriya bus’. Since we had only two buses till few years back, no choice. And poor electricity, it somehow managed to make it through our tricky, hilly, muddy road. Hats off, buddy! And a warm welcome. Actually, we had a grand celebration by upgrading our old 14 inch solar black-and-white TV to a shiny new colour one. And tubelights and bulbs everywhere. All the fireflies got envious. To show their protest, the firefly union decided to not to blink like a LED decoration on the huge jackfruit tree in front of our house.

Anyways, let’s come back to the point. So before the village transformed to a transformer, we used to depend on kerosene lamps. And our heroine (my grandma) also had her own. No one could touch it. After six in the evening, the lamp would be lit and would visit each and every corner of our house in grandma’s hand. And hundred and eighteen times up and down through the wooden staircase. I think this exercise is the secret behind her health at this age also. Her room is upstairs. It has wooden walls. And there is a sandalwood bed inside. There is what looks like a supermarket under that bed. Gold ornaments to chicken feed or anything you can think of under the sun, you will find there, scattered all around. And there are different sized wooden trunks and boxes. And ‘n’ number of locks to these treasure chests. Surprisingly, if you open them, you will find only a few eggs and empty Horlicks bottles. She locks all these and then misplaces the keys. Every other day, she plays hide ‘n’ seek with her keys. Inside five minutes, she calls out to at least five hundred gods to help her. And offers them ‘Nalana paisa’ (25 paise) each. From her childhood days she has been offering 25 paise. She still continues this habit. Poor God don’t seem to know current money value. If someone helps her for this ‘Operation Gurvayurappan’, they also get some reward. My school days, I used to make a lot of pocket money like this.












grandma




grandma





There is not enough pencil to draw a clear picture of grandma in your mind. Still I will try to give you an outline of her. Her face shows many emotions, a cocktail of emotions, a mix of emotions. I’m sure that if she were in the film industry, she would have won an Oscar. It’s good fun to listen to her old stories. Not fairytale stories which I don’t think she knows even one. I am talking about her own stories, about her life as well as others’. It’s much more interesting than any fairytale. And the way she narrates makes it more exciting. These snaps I clicked once when she was telling me one of those stories. She remembers (or makes up on the spot, who knows) dialogue by dialogue from her childhood. Even though she is in her 80s now, she remains 18 by heart. She still likes to use hair extensions and black bead necklaces. Even though she likes all bright colors, green is her favourite. Usually, you can see her in ‘set mundu’ (a white saree with a golden broad border) and a green blouse. And a thick golden chain with a pendant which has the image of a goddess carved in gold with a red stone. Like Marilyn Monroe, she has a black mole on her cheek which has helped her to look apart from her twin sister.

It has not been long since we got electricity in our village, Bethurpara. I think it came by the old ‘sukriya bus’. Since we had only two buses till few years back, no choice. And poor electricity, it somehow managed to make it through our tricky, hilly, muddy road. Hats off, buddy! And a warm welcome. Actually, we had a grand celebration by upgrading our old 14 inch solar black-and-white TV to a shiny new colour one. And tubelights and bulbs everywhere. All the fireflies got envious. To show their protest, the firefly union decided to not to blink like a LED decoration on the huge jackfruit tree in front of our house.

Anyways, let’s come back to the point. So before the village transformed to a transformer, we used to depend on kerosene lamps. And our heroine (my grandma) also had her own. No one could touch it. After six in the evening, the lamp would be lit and would visit each and every corner of our house in grandma’s hand. And hundred and eighteen times up and down through the wooden staircase. I think this exercise is the secret behind her health at this age also. Her room is upstairs. It has wooden walls. And there is a sandalwood bed inside. There is what looks like a supermarket under that bed. Gold ornaments to chicken feed or anything you can think of under the sun, you will find there, scattered all around. And there are different sized wooden trunks and boxes. And ‘n’ number of locks to these treasure chests. Surprisingly, if you open them, you will find only a few eggs and empty Horlicks bottles. She locks all these and then misplaces the keys. Every other day, she plays hide ‘n’ seek with her keys. Inside five minutes, she calls out to at least five hundred gods to help her. And offers them ‘Nalana paisa’ (25 paise) each. From her childhood days she has been offering 25 paise. She still continues this habit. Poor God don’t seem to know current money value. If someone helps her for this ‘Operation Gurvayurappan’, they also get some reward. My school days, I used to make a lot of pocket money like this.









white gold open heart pendant








white gold open heart pendant




10k White Gold Diamond Open Heart Pendant (1/4 cttw, I-J Color, I3 Clarity), 18






Dainty and sweet, the 10k White Gold Diamond Open Heart Pendant makes a lovely gift or everyday accessory for your own collection. The heart-shaped pendant measures .66 inches high and is cast in 10k white gold for a glossy, modern finish. With an open center, the lightweight heart hangs on its side and is bordered with a row of prong-set white diamonds. The diamonds contain a total of .25 carats and feature IJ color and I2-I3 clarity for gorgeous yet subtle shine. Suspended from an 18-inch white gold rope chain with a spring-ring clasp, the pendant is comfortable enough to wear any day. Pair it with some delicate diamond stud earrings for an up-to-date look.










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