Our instagram community has spoken, and here are our top four jeweled images from the month of July! Follow us to see our newest vintage jewelry, spectacular antique pieces, and behind-the-scenes peeks.
This detailed vintage engagement ring from the 1940s is a little work of art. A center Old European cut diamond sparkles amid swirls of diamonds and delicate millegrain.
Hearts upon hearts! We love these antique heart padlock bracelets and they look killer all stacked up. They may be over 100 years old, but there’s something about these padlocks, with their detailed screws and keyholes, that’s thoroughly modern.
Another killer grouping, this time of vintage and antique diamond rings, for engagement or stacking! Can you really ever have enough? You’ll see the 1940s quatrefoil ring featured above, mixed in with antique solitaires, Art Deco engagement rings with sapphire accents, and a streamlined three stone band ring.
Last, but certainly not least, are two of our favorite antique snake necklaces. When Prince Albert gave her an emerald snake ring, Queen Victoria started a fashion for snake jewelry that’s still going strong. The graceful curves and detailed engraving are a beautiful contrast to colorful gemstone accents. See more snakes, inspired by jewels ancient to Victorian, in our Fall/Winter 2015 Heirloom collection that debuts in September.
What are your favorite droolworthy jewels on Instagram this month?