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Thou that art now the world's fresh ornament In addition to plays, William Shakespeare wrote more than a hundred sonnets on love and loss, such as the famous "Let me not to the marriage of true minds / admit impediments" and "Shall I compare thee to a Summer's day?". This line is taken from the first sonnet in which Shakespeare honors the beauty of the moment and urges the passage to heirs such that "beauty's rose might never die". What does it take to be the world's fresh ornament? Is it only youth or something more? In this necklace, a bold pendant of pink tourmaline gemstones set in sterling silver could be as a flower or compass rose, or both. The deep pink is offset by the soft glowing light of pearls and Czech glass, and touches of contrasting green appear in the Swarovski crystal beads and Japanese seedbead spacers. Cost: $136.00 USD
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