3 Cordless Mic H/H Model:Awm490v2 - 02 No 4 Cordless Tiepin
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Carefully designed, allying the wealth of detail visible in the cut, the personalised buttons, the welt, the tiepin
, the personalised label and the carefully selected materials, they have an entire line of collection in his name, the Cristiano Ronaldo & Sacoor Brothers.
Even in his last days, Jim wore his "Silk Club" tiepin
, bestowed on members of the military who successfully complete combat parachute jumps, with pride.
He also turned over a gold tiepin
with a bee in the design, and a pair of gold cufflinks with little pearls and two amethysts.
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She wore a necklace featuring a pearl tiepin
, which had belonged to her late grandfather, and a pearl brooch on her sash that belonged to her grandmother.
The items include three watches, two bracelets and one tiepin
THREE DIMENSIONAL MEN: Members of the Third Dimension Society of Stockton, who wore a tiepin
with the number 3 surrounded by the letter D, pictured taking a good look at one of the slide exhibits (from left) are secretary J B Milnes, society projectionist K Readman, and society chairman R W Thompson.
Both paintings, from 1926, are sinister and chilling: one of the "pillars," a bureaucrat, wears a swastika tiepin
, grips a fencing sword, and has a cavalry officer on horseback rising from inside his neatly sliced-open cranium.
A much-loved Olympic tiepin
presented to her at the 1976 Montreal Games and a canteen of solid silver cutlery also disappeared.
Conder remembers "the man who drowned his wife at Shoreham, flushed and neat in the dock with a tiepin
in the shape of a horse's head; the widow of the grocer who drew the Derby winner and who, dead drunk the same night, drove his car into the Thames, a widow with 20,000 [pound] of her own; she said, 'I've always been lucky at such things, raffles, I mean, and so on"' (135).
He would always show up for the visit wearing a pair of brightly polished shoes, a starched collar, and an ostentatious tiepin
of extravagant poor taste.