This week, we’re celebrating the opulence of the Gilded Age, which ran from the 1870s to the 1910s. Like last week’s Art Deco post, we’re inspired by a museum exhibition, “Gilded New York”, currently on display at the Museum of the City of New York (MCNY). Many of our most beautiful antique jewels were made at this time, and we’ve pulled together our favorites into The Gilded Age collection.
There is something so soulful about our engagement ring of the week that when we laid our eyes upon it we were immediately struck with a vision of Lady Day singing the blues. The emotion with which Billie Holiday sang some of the most hauntingly beautiful jazz standards of all time moved us to curate […]
The grandeur of our engagement ring of the week harkens back far beyond it’s Edwardian origins to the romance of the renaissance – when courtly love was king and damsels donned jewels in vivid colors. The bright, shining, cushion cut sapphire – which is surrounded by fourteen smaller cushion cut diamonds set in an open […]