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10th April 2014

Photo reblogged from optimism > over coffee > by the beach with 175 notes

msexplorer:

I am not a coffee drinker (unless it is so doctored up I can’t taste it) but I love antique aluminum or silver things like this… I have one similar for tea and quite a few cocktail shakers.  Maybe I should go antique hunting today.  :-)

msexplorer:

I am not a coffee drinker (unless it is so doctored up I can’t taste it) but I love antique aluminum or silver things like this… I have one similar for tea and quite a few cocktail shakers.  Maybe I should go antique hunting today.  :-)

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3rd April 2014

Photo reblogged from Caffeine Addict with 369 notes

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30th March 2014

Photo reblogged from Gentleman of Leisure with 1,685 notes

finegoodsandfinefolks:


WANT

finegoodsandfinefolks:

WANT

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28th March 2014

Photo reblogged from I need more ties with 27 notes

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27th March 2014

Photo reblogged from The Galaxies Inside My Heart with 81,251 notes

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26th March 2014

Photo reblogged from I need more ties with 222 notes

damn.

damn.

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20th March 2014

Photo reblogged from Cooper's World with 2,797 notes

propagandery:

Planetarium Watch tells the time and shows the movements of the solar system, all for just $245,000.
The Midnight Planétarium is an incredible feat of engineering, design and artistic craftsmanship. Besides showing the time, this watch also accurately displays the movement of 6 planets in our solar system as they orbit the Sun.
The watch took 396 pieces and 3 whole years of work to complete.
(via This Astronomical Watch Accurately Shows The Solar System’s Movements On Your Wrist | Bored Panda)

Oh.  Oh, my.

propagandery:

Planetarium Watch tells the time and shows the movements of the solar system, all for just $245,000.

The Midnight Planétarium is an incredible feat of engineering, design and artistic craftsmanship. Besides showing the time, this watch also accurately displays the movement of 6 planets in our solar system as they orbit the Sun.

The watch took 396 pieces and 3 whole years of work to complete.

(via This Astronomical Watch Accurately Shows The Solar System’s Movements On Your Wrist | Bored Panda)

Oh.  Oh, my.

Tagged: stylewishlistspace

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20th March 2014

Photo reblogged from Beautiful Disaster with 1,997 notes

theflipsideofme777:


Good morning tumblrs 💋

theflipsideofme777:

Good morning tumblrs 💋

Tagged: coffeewishlist

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