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Monday, November 28, 2011

Ivory Necklace

My father served in WWII, and brought back several beautiful pieces to my mother, from Iran. This is one of those treasures, hand painted ivory necklace. It's quite long, with four scenes repeating. This is a portion of it. Hard to believe this is 70 years old.
We're hoping that a new team of specialists will be able to help Mom. We've had so many ups and downs, we just want her to be ok. Thank-you to all for your thoughts and prayers. Our prayers continue for healing and a turn around for her.


Catherine said...

Gosh that necklace is beautiful Laurie! Hoping the new specialist can help your mom!
Big hugs!
xo Catherine

Diane said...

What a beautiful necklace Laurie. It will always be such a treasure to you. Thanks for the update on your mom. Hoping that things will turn around soon. Blessings, Diane

Pearl said...

Your header is awesome! and that necklace is so cool I love it, what a great treasure you have of Mom and Dad. I so pray for Mom it's bad when they get older and cannot handle surgery as well as they use too. But miricles do happen, I'm praying honey. Tell Wendy hello.

Colleen - the AmAzINg Mrs. B said...

It is lovely..and yes, it's hard to believe it's 70 years old!

Prayers for your Mom and your family..

LOVE the pic of the kitty in the tree :-)

andsewon said...

Just lovely! I do hope she wore it a lot! Still keeping your Mom and you all in my thoughts and prayers! XO

Tolentreasures said...

How beautiful that is, what a great keepsake. Prayers still going out for your mom.