2013/07/07

Carpe Diem (Latin for "gather ye rings while ye may")

Carpe Diem

(Latin for "gather ye rings while ye may")

Magnificent Art Deco platinum diamond and sapphire engagement ring from the antique jewelry collection of www.adin.be
€11,000
Art Deco blue enamel Lady watch, stunning piece from the antique jewelry collection of www.adin.be
€11,000

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Art Deco pearl diamond engagement ring sapphire from the antique jewelry collection of www.adin.be
€4,950
Most elegant French Art Deco engagement ring with diamonds and sapphires from the antique jewelry collection of www.adin.be
€3,950
Most charming estate Art Deco engagement ring with diamonds and sapphires from the antique jewelry collection of www.adin.be
€3,750
Sapphire diamond engagement ring Art Deco style from the antique jewelry collection of www.adin.be
€3,450
Grey and white pearls Art Deco engagement ring from the antique jewelry collection of www.adin.be
€3,450


 
Carpe diem is a phrase from a Latin poem by Quintus Horatius Flaccus (65 BC – 8 BC), that has become an aphorism. It is popularly translated as "seize the day". However a more accurate translation of "Carpe diem" would be "enjoy the day" or "pluck the day (as it is ripe)".

The "Carpe diem" phrase is often misinterpreted and missused in contemporary popular culture. It's not about ignoring one's future, but rather not trusting that everything is going to fall into place for you someday and doing those things today. So have a look at these rings and wonder if you really have to wait with your purchase :-)
 
 
 

Antiqualy yours,

The Adin team
www.adin.be










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