Like a rhinestone cowboy.
The most valuable players
A couple of years ago I wrote an article on modernist Canadian Studio jewellery designers for Bilt. At the time, a lot of these pieces were just starting to show up on the… Continue reading
This Victorian Revival bracelet is signed Coro. It is missing its original centre piece, which was most likely a black and white glass cameo (I’ve had similar bracelets before). I also have these… Continue reading
I was recently reading about Cartier’s Art Deco-era Tutti Frutti designs. These incredible pieces were made from carved Mughal rubies, sapphires and emeralds. In India, you see, the stones have more importance than… Continue reading
Mixing it up with new and old jewels
A summary of a day spent searching for vintage jewellery in thrift shops.
I got this watch in same fantastic eBay box lot as the Rafael necklace. Most of the costume jewellry companies ventured into the fashion watch business at some time or another, but in… Continue reading