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Spring 2017 Jewelry Preview: High Jewelry with Flower Motifs

One of our favorite Spring 2017 jewelry trends is the feminine and floral jewelry modeled on the Bottega Veneta and Gucci runways. The Bottega Veneta runway models donned baroque inspired earrings and necklaces embellished with diamonds and flower motifs. Gucci sported cocktail rings set with pastel colored gemstones on both hands and king-sized earrings with pearls, diamonds and gemstones in the form of flowers. Read More >

Spring 2017 Jewelry Preview: Statement Earrings

Statement earrings on the spring 2017 runways came in the form of bejeweled oversized earrings at Chanel and Gucci, large cross earrings at Dolce & Gabanna and artistic earrings at Missoni. Here’s a case for gold and diamond earrings. Read More >

Art Deco Inspired

The Art Deco era is considered the most creative of all design eras. The movement originated in Paris in the 1920s but its influence on jewelry and fashion design continues to this day. Art Deco jewelry pieces are usually symmetrical and embellished with intricate designs in platinum with enamel, pavé diamonds, rubies, sapphires, emeralds or other precious stones. Original Art Deco pieces are collector’s items. Specifically original pieces by Cartier, famous for its Art Deco designs fetch strong results at auctions. Read More >

Spring 2017 Jewelry Preview: Crosses

Religious symbols, like the cross, were spotted on the Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2017 runways. Stop by our showroom to explore our beautiful cross collection that includes historic antique crosses, bejeweled pieces and beautiful gold and diamond crosses. Read More >

David Webb Animal Jewelry to Celebrate Spring

We can’t get enough of David Webb, the “Quintessential American Jeweler” whose beautiful designs continue to be coveted by jewelry lovers. He was famous for designing “bold” jewelry in vibrant colors as well as animal jewelry like this lion enamel ring. Stop by our showroom to explore our David Webb pieces or tell us what you’re looking for and we’ll work with our network of purveyors and collectors to find it.
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