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PROJEKT #7, also known as “Bishop”, is made of seven (7) layers, and is inspired by a mix of religious and royal motifs. This PROJEKT has the greatest variation in lengths between layers from the high crest layer to the low crystal and pearl layer.
@Regran_ed from @racing_history_by_swassociates - The Alfa Romeo 177 was a Formula One car used by the Alfa Romeo team during the 1979 Formula One season, debuting at the 1979 Belgian Grand Prix. The 177 marked Alfa Romeo's return to Formula One, 28 years after winning the World Drivers' Championship titles in 1950 and 1951.
The car was constructed by Alfa Romeo's racing department Autodelta, and featured a Carlo Chiti designed Alfa Romeo flat-12 engine which had been used earlier in the Alfa Romeo 33TT12 and 33SC12 sports cars. In 1976 this engine was supplied to Brabham and the deal continued until 1979.
The 177, the designation of which was derived from the fact that its design was commenced in 1977, was a bulky car finished in the handsome dark red colour adopted by Autodelta. The 177 featured a riveted aluminium chassis, with front suspension by upper rocking arms, lower wishbones and inboard-mounted coil spring/damper units. The rear suspension featured parallel lower links, single top links, twin radius rods and outboard coil spring/damper units. Bruno Giacomelli had won the 1978 European Formula Two Championship in a March and was hired to drive the new Alfa Romeo 177; he used this car at Belgian and French Grands Prix.
The Alfa Romeo 179 with a new V12 engine was ready for the Italian Grand Prix at Monza so Giacomelli drove the new car while the 177 was raced by Vittorio Brambilla. Both drivers raced the 179 thereafter.
This throw-it-all-in type tote has it all. The simple, clean exterior design has feet at the bottom and a magnet closure at the top, so it maintains its beautiful shape instead of crumpling into a pile. The Nora’s interior includes a large zip pocket that extends the full length of the bag, and our signature double-suede expandable pockets are on the alternative side. Shop this beautiful tote on Friday with a little surprise bonus 😉.
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SODA FIRING: This fantastic bottle was done in @alisonpalmerstudio kiln in Connecticut.
This was a new glaze that I had never done. Wish I had done more in this color. I love the pattern and texture.
Definitely one of a kind.
A pair of yellow gold and citrine earclips by Andrew Grima, 1970 | enquiries: [email protected]
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Just the cutest flower girl and paige boy ever!💕Tag your girls to see if they like this ...
Photo by @theboldamericana
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Just wanted to say a huge thanks to everyone who made our studio bazaar on Sunday not only a great success, but rip roaringly good fun too! Massive thanks to @shaunterenceteo@venniceaw@damelimurjwlr and @aye asofy_ as for bringing together an awesome event! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! #bestteamever
The details on this ring are everything 🙌🏻 Newly listed in our shop, this c.1910 Edwardian ring features a GIA 1.42ct OEC and the most exquisite openwork filigree with ultrafine milgrain. Item RPO1409.