It was war time 1942, and my Mother was in a beauty pagent running for "Miss Columbia Steel". She won, and found herself the object of many men in uniform. She has always been my mentor in all things of beauty.
I will always love you Glo A!
This was one of her jewelry boxes that was actually a wood English tea caddy with shell inlay. She lined it with beautiful chartreuse silk that came off the hem of her Richard Tam opera gown. I added four of my favorite blue and green pearl pieces filled with rhinestones and assorted cluster earrings.
The hues of turquoise and baby blues compliment each other and I can't help but think of the Caribbean Sea. The gold sea shells came off a broken charm bracelet from one of my Mother's admirers. The stars were her clip on earrings and the centerpiece a lovely broach.
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