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Hello, Astropup here! , I told you how the parrot started to help Sherlock Holmes in the case of Lady Annabelle’s Diamond Studded Dog Collar. Holmes had just concluded that it was the butler who had stolen it, along with her dog, Anubis. This is how Holmes explained his theory.
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Reopet Bling Rhinestone Dog Collar - Sparkly Diamond Studded Small & Medium Dog & Kitty Collar - 1.0"*15-18.5" - Hot Pink -- More info could be found at the image url.Yeah we’ve seen snobby pets with diamond studded collars before, but none as excessive as the I love Dogs Diamond Dog Collar. Studded with more than 1600 hand-set diamonds on 18 K white gold attached to a crocodile leather collar. This $1.8 million collar just makes you wonder how much ransom money the owner would be willing to pay if their precious pup were kidnapped… not that we would ever do such a thing. Yeah, we’ve seen snobby pets with diamond-studded collars before, but none as excessive as the I love Dogs Diamonds “Amour Amour” dog collar, studded with more than 1,600 hand-set diamonds on 18-karat white gold attached to a crocodile leather collar.The Diamond Collar offers a variety of Designer Dog Collars to choose from. We carry bling collars, studded collars, celebrity collars, leather,fancy rhinestone,flower collars and so much more for small dogs to really big dogs. A fancy collar not only looks good but is a key item for your pup to wear for identification purposes and safe walks.By “they,” of course, he meant the ladies. Like modern-day Real Housewives, Gilded Age matrons were celebrities whose every move was analyzed and imitated by a hate-watching public. Jewels were more than a fashion statement; they functioned as a bank statement. Quantity trumped quality. Gilded New York chronicles an 1874 party at which Caroline Astor was decked out in diamonds from head to toe; even her shoes were bedazzled. Mrs. George J. Gould changed her jewels several times a day, like an actress changing costumes between scenes—a habit acquired, perhaps, during her premarital career on Broadway. Her collection was so vast that she had her own storage vault at Tiffany. Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish once spent $15,000 on a diamond dog collar—an actual collar for her dog, not the fashionable wide necklace of the same name. Even crosses (such as the one modelled by singer in Beauty’s Legacy)were diamond-studded and the size of doorknockers. Since collars are mandatory for pet dogs to wear, it makes perfect sense to transform the practical and helpful item into a gem-studded masterpiece, providing your dog with the ultimate piece of jewelry. Dog collars are generally constructed from some type of leather, as that is what is most comfortable for them to have on their necks. However, why stop at a leather collar when you can go for a diamond one? Dog collars can be found in a wide range of styles, colors, and materials, with diamonds dispersed throughout.