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a couple of years ago when my daughter was 17, she had been virtually invisible to most of her classmates. she wrote an opinion piece about being a student at the institution and her thoughts on being a student there. after the school newspaper printed it, she was renamed. Her alter ego personality name became "Sienna Roho Crayola". that publication day, her invisibility became something that TMZ would solicit. With a teenaged Papparazzi in tow... she became an It girl for her final year. I figure that any name will do for a multitude of tasks; driver's license, nicknames, nom de plume...etc. My girl chose a name that is not only very witty but a bit pointed as well. It represents a show color in her life... just as Binney has. That which has all the nuances of background noise to the reality of full on dimensionality.
I think it is hysterical that both of these characters have chosen (or been written as) an element of Crayola Crayon derivation.
Why else would one choose a name based on the ubiquitous product constantly in production and reverence by makers BINNEY SMITH?
*18" is the shortest strand... but there are another 7 in mixed lengths and materials*
*32" is the longest strand of mixed pearls.(mostly glass based vintage pearls in creamy off whites, silver charlotte seed beads, golden bead caps)*
*retrofitted pearl brooch pin back removed*
*Mother of Pearl embellishments: an old brooch with a lotus flower on its front, carved and detailed to its dreamy max; a curvilinear segment of carved MOP*
*vintage celluloid "wedding cake" singleton earring with gorgeously shiny rhinestones*
*assorted pearls, glass based pearls, mixed shaped pearls, plastic pearls... all vintage *
*a deeply significant spring clasp... to hold the not insignificant weight of all this joy*
*hangs and weighs beautifully and one of my absolute favorites ever. *
- Listed on Nov 21, 2011
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