Bows and more bows are everywhere with designers from Chanel to Miu Miu adorning their creations with bows on everything from blouses and gowns to handbags and shoes adding an extra touch of luxe where ever they are used.
“We want our gallery to be a center where our clients can come to look at jewelry, have a cup of coffee and enjoy our library,” states Pat Saling of her eponymous by-appointment only gallery, located on Manhattan’s Upper Eastside, just steps away from Madison Avenue on 72nd s
Enthralled by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, jewelry designer David Webb was inspired by rare books, regency furniture, art galleries and New York City.
As the end of summer approaches and we start turning our thoughts to autumn and indoor activities, what could be more enticing than visiting the Garden of Green: Exquisite Jewelry from the Collection of Van Cleef & Arpels at new York City’s American Museum of Natural History? The soothing green of emeralds, the energetic green […]
It’s the summer of fantasy fun, sequins, glitter and sparkle as Barbiecore and mermaidcore become the fashion microtrends of the moment, both of which seem to have some lasting powe
When Linda M Kozloff-Turner started to write the book 100 Women of Jewelry, it wasn’t so much that she had decided to write a book, it was more like the book had asked to be writte
Culture, Art, Literature, Mozart, Jane Austen, Mary Shelley, Lord Byron, John Keats, Baroque, Rococo, French Revolution, Marie Antoinette, Napoleon Bonaparte, American Revolution, Regency England, Pompeii Excavation and Oversized Powdered Wigs all defined the Georgian era.
With a watchmaker for a grandfather on his mother’s side of the family and a grandfather who was a diamond cutter on his father’s side, you could say that jewelry is in the DNA of David Gr
Instagram, Facebook, websites, the list of places to post photos of your jewelry is growing.