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“Granocchia Fine Art An 18-carat white-gold leaf-shape broach with diamond and rubies 'Serti Mesterieux' 1940s by Van Cleef & Arpels at Art Antiques London. art fair "Art Antiques London" gathers 70 international dealers and collectors to show, discuss and sell a range of antiques and art from Europe, the Middle East, China and Japan.”
“Eager to treat himself to something special, he and his wife, Helen, went to Selfridges department store in London, and spent £4,200 on a white-gold limited-edition Omega DeVille.”
“One model offers a white-gold case and bracelet with white diamonds, another pairs yellow gold with yellow diamonds and a third, pink gold with pink diamonds.”
“The oval-shaped Talk To Me, Harry Winston watch £41,400, launched in 2009, features a revolving wheel set in a white-gold case.”
“The highest price in Geneva was paid at Christie's for a white-gold, single-button chronograph watch made in 1928 by Patek Philippe.”
“His voice quivered as it did the first time, when we sat in the car in Iroquois Park Overlook and he slipped a $200 ring on my finger—a beautiful, simple, white-gold band, a small diamond in the center with a circle of tiny chips surrounding it.”
“A young French husband walked past us, his white-gold band gleaming in the lamplight, two six-packs of beer under his arm.”
“I smoothed his black curls away from his forehead and fingered the white-gold loops piercing his brow.”
“Johnny had fixed her with a look, and I knew how powerful his dark blue eyes ringed in the ebony Wedjat lines could be, peering out from under those black waves, the only sparkle coming from the white-gold hoops in one brow.”
“On the way she watches an aeroplane from its first manifestation as a white-gold speck, then as it arrowed like a dragon, trailing a long steam-white trail of cloud, and then, finally, as it vanishes away into the west.”
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