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4 Responses

  1. aiyana

    perhaps enough time has passed that Solitaire has regained her magic sight after being defiled by Bond, James Bond…

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  2. Amy Vansant

    I do have to give her props for being in the Scarlet Pimpernel with Anthony Andrews, just about my first crush ever. Of course, the fact that my first crush was in a BBC production and not on the cover of Tiger Beat, surely seals my fate as a first class nerd.

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  3. Cathy

    I am do glad to know somebody else feels this way about those awful things. Butt cheeks, that’s what I’ve always seen. I have made it very clear that Mom does *not* want one of those necklaces. Ever.
    But I feel torn, because I’ve always loved Jane Seymour.

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  4. Barbra

    Doesn’t resemble a heart to me at all. More like a serpent or a snake. Not saying it’s ugly, but, I’ve seen much better heart designs that actually look like a heart. A friend of mine got a simple Open Heart pendant for Christmas and a lot of people thought it was a serpent or snake she exchanged it for heart shaped locket that was absolutely beautiful and in my honest opinion a much lovelier design. She was much happier with the locket and wears it all the time. I own a lot of heart pendants, but, this design is not one that I would want to add to my collection. The fad to own one of these seems to be wearing. Seem more and more people are wanting pendants like the classic heart shaped pendant that’s been around for years. Those will aways be around. The Elsa Perretti heart shaped pendant for example. That is really beautiful and a far superior design than Jane’s “Open Hearts” collection.

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