green with envy by kathrine

green with envy

by kathrine

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Brown Lace Parasols by kathrine
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kathrine Brown Lace Parasols
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Dublin by kathrine
Indian Bride - Stunning by kathrine
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kathrine Indian Bride - Stunning
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Baily Lighthouse, Dublin by kathrine
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kathrine Baily Lighthouse, Dublin
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Nature's colors! by kathrine
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kathrine Nature's colors!
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A Scrapjourney: Lily of Valley by kathrine
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kathrine A Scrapjourney: Lily of Valley
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green lanterns by kathrine
Court Dress Worn by the Princess d’Eckmühl, wife of Marshal Davout, to the Wedding of Marie Louise & Napoleon c.1810 by kathrine
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kathrine Court Dress Worn by the Princess d’Eckmühl, wife of Marshal Davout, to the Wedding of Marie Louise & Napoleon c.1810
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Dionysus - "god" of pleasure, sexual ecstasy and wine, accompanied always by satyrs and nymphs. by kathrine
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kathrine Dionysus - "god" of pleasure, sexual ecstasy and wine, accompanied always by satyrs and nymphs.
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hobnail jadeite by kathrine
Poverty in Dublin by kathrine
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kathrine Poverty in Dublin
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Dublin by kathrine
Demeter [aka Ceres] Her name evolved from a primitive form of the words "Earth Mother" Demeter appeared above all as goddess of the fruits and riches of the fields. The eldest daughter of Cronus and sister to Zeus, she was the first devoured to avoid a prophecy of being overthrown by his children and last to be spit up after living with her siblings in his stomach. She was widely worshiped in the pre-historic and ancient worlds and was mother to Persephone, the goddess of Spring by kathrine
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kathrine Demeter [aka Ceres] Her name evolved from a primitive form of the words "Earth Mother" Demeter appeared above all as goddess of the fruits and riches of the fields. The eldest daughter of Cronus and sister to Zeus, she was the first devoured to avoid a prophecy of being overthrown by his children and last to be spit up after living with her siblings in his stomach. She was widely worshiped in the pre-historic and ancient worlds and was mother to Persephone, the goddess of Spring
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The Burton Diamond Brooch by kathrine
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kathrine The Burton Diamond Brooch
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David Webb Ring Collection by kathrine
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kathrine David Webb Ring Collection
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Green - Art Print by Jasmin Bogade by kathrine
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kathrine Green - Art Print by Jasmin Bogade
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Soothing by kathrine
Aphrodite - stunning! by kathrine
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kathrine Aphrodite - stunning!
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Dionysus the Greek god of the grape harvest, winemaking and wine, of ritual madness and ecstasy in Greek mythology by kathrine
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kathrine Dionysus the Greek god of the grape harvest, winemaking and wine, of ritual madness and ecstasy in Greek mythology
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"Lily of the Valley" smell amazing! by kathrine
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kathrine "Lily of the Valley" smell amazing!
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lily of the valley by kathrine
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kathrine lily of the valley
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Lily Jade's photo. by kathrine
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kathrine Lily Jade's photo.
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1950's Fenton Lily of the Valley by kathrine
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kathrine 1950's Fenton Lily of the Valley
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Dress worn to the wedding of Napoleon Bonaparte and Marie-Louise, 1810 by kathrine
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kathrine Dress worn to the wedding of Napoleon Bonaparte and Marie-Louise, 1810
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Lily of the Valley by kathrine
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kathrine Lily of the Valley
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Lily of the valley by kathrine
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kathrine Lily of the valley
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David Webb Coral Bastille Ring by kathrine
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kathrine David Webb Coral Bastille Ring
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This diadem (as opposed to a tiara that isn't a full circle) originally had emeralds instead of turquoises. It was a wedding gift from Napoleon to his second wife, Marie-Louise. by kathrine
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kathrine This diadem (as opposed to a tiara that isn't a full circle) originally had emeralds instead of turquoises. It was a wedding gift from Napoleon to his second wife, Marie-Louise.
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Dr. Oz's Green Drink | Juice Recipes by kathrine
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kathrine Dr. Oz's Green Drink | Juice Recipes
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Artangel: Mixed media crumpled tissue technique - tutorial by kathrine
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kathrine Artangel: Mixed media crumpled tissue technique - tutorial
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