5.27.2008

found treasures I.

This is first part of my found treasures. Things, I have found , not in the shop, not on the fleamarket. This bracelet was in a small forrest, where we stopped for a while on our way to somewhere...

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  1. I love found treasures. They always feel so much more precious. It is like the thin has chosen you instead of the oposite.

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  2. It's really a beautiful treasure, looks like a very old thing. We can imagine a story about this bracelet.

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  3. this is a really interesting object...I wonder how old it is???

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  4. There's always a magic feeling when you find something as preciuos as this.

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  5. Interesting snakey. I was just wondering too, if it's really old?

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  6. beautiful detail

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  7. a true treasure.
    the red stones look to be cut like pomegranites...very symbolic object. how did you discover it? a great imagination tool, this.

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  8. Krása! Jak dlouho tam asi ležel... a jak vypadala ta, která ho ztratila....

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  9. jill: I think it could be about 100 years old.
    mansuetude: It looks more like glass beads, but with the colour of pomegranites ( which I like very much )I discovered it under the small bush, among other small things ( I´ll show them later, but they are not so special).

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  10. Rachel6/03/2008

    You might like to know that the snake is a symbol called "auraboris." This stands for the constant cycle of destruction and rebirth in the world, or the constant change of the universe. That's a beautiful bracelet! I love your treasure-finding theme. I'm always looking to find things on the street to pick up, but i've never been as lucky as you. At least you are there or reassurance that things CAN be found!

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