Morning Announcements: Introducing Covet Garden

Covet Garden is here! About six months ago, I started working on a super awesome project with three incredible ladies: Lynda, Tiffany and Jessica. The idea was to do an online magazine about… Continue reading

Locket To Me

Here are a random collection of pictures I have found in lockets I have come across. Above and below are some Victorian-images. The lady’s photo above has a stamp that indicates that it… Continue reading

People Who Like People Jewellery

Just a random sampling of figural jewellery that I’ve come across over the years. Above is a French Ivory (celluloid) pendant of a 1920s-era couple. Dig his dancing slippers! Below is an 18K… Continue reading

On Fakes

Because most of my finds come from thrift shops or antique markets, I do not know their provenance. Why is it so important to know where a piece came from? Documented evidence of… Continue reading

Siamese Sterling Dream

Pictured above are some recent Siam Sterling finds. I have a mini collection of these pieces, because I like the play between their delicate etchings and the heavy, gunmetal backgrounds. This “niello” or… Continue reading

Cleaning Ouy my Closet: Camel Aquascutum Skirt

UPDATE: The skirt is spoken for. I picked up this lovely vintage Aquascutum skirt at a garage sale last spring. It’s in Fall’s most fashionable shade — Camel. And it’s in autumn’s most… Continue reading

Do Over?: Vintage Glasses

I’ve had these cool. 1960s vintage frames (pictured above) for a couple of years now. While they are kinda of close to my prescription, I’ve always meant to have proper lenses put in.… Continue reading

Classics of Design: Georg Jensen Vivianna Torun Bülow-Hübe Bangle Watch

What is the opposite of thrift? The amount of money I spent to win this watch in an eBay auction. But I have always wanted something from the iconic design house of Georg… Continue reading

More Irish: Irish Horn Rosary and Connemara Marble Bracelet

More Irishness: Another Commemara Marble souvenir piece. This time it’s a shamrock themed bracelet that I found at the St. Lawrence Market last Sunday. I also found this very old Irish Horn Rosary… Continue reading

Do Over: Mod Money Necklace

I found this necklace at the VV. I’m guessing its a 1970s-era artisan (or artisan influenced) piece because of the hard ware and the fact that it had blue ceramic cabachons set in… Continue reading

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