I’m doing a trade with an Instagram friend— a vintage Dior By Bulova watch in return for a pair of Bjorn Weckstrom for Lapponia earrings. whilst looking for the Weckstroms, I came across a cache of other earrings and a ring that at some point were my pride and joys. I brought them out for a little photoshoot and promised them all I would put them back into rotation.
Pictured above is a Saskia Diez turquoise ring that I bought at the MoMA a few years. It looks so summery with my jade saddle ring.
These Bond Boyd pitcher plant earrings were a gift to my mom from my grandmother and then from my mom to me. I lost one years ago and had a new one made by recasting the survivor.
These earrings ate also Bond Boyd, a Canadian jewelry maker thar specialized in narural designs like the aforementioned pitcher plants. These have an abstracted flotsl flair.
These sterling danglers were marked Coro Sterling, bit they were screw ons so I converted them to pierced earrings. I have a hunch that they are from the 1940s-era when Coro had a manufacture in Mexico.
These onyx earrings are also by Saskia Diez. Fun fact, I have lost them at least three times.
WordPress is not letting me add any more images to this post so I’ll follow up with a part 2 tomorrow.