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  • A Peek into London’s Fashion Week and Charlotte Dellal’s Retro Glamour

    Fashion weeks are the barometers of the fashion world. And for the jewelry world too. We catch a glimpse into upcoming trends and the high art of fashion design.

    We couldn’t keep our eyes off of accessory designer Charlotte Olympia Dellal’s work whose space-age fashions not only fired up our imaginations but reminded us of the raw creativity behind her curious designs.



    Embellished hard case clutch bags with the phrase “the girl who fell to earth.” Source: Evening Standard

    We’re in love with the oversized spider pendant! Source: Evening Standard


    Charlotte Olympia RTW Fall 2016

    Prepare to see more oversized studs like these. Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD

  • The Drama of Drop Earrings (at the Golden Globes and beyond)

    Jewelry can change the entire look of an outfit. And nowhere is this more true than with the right set of earrings (though a statement necklace can pack a punch too!) Drop earrings (or dangle earrings) are perfect accouterments, poised to turn an outfit from simple to simply smashing.

    Check out Saoirse Ronan at last Sunday’s Golden Globes. Her Chopard drop earrings bring a romantic focus to her face while not overwhelming her overall look.


    Ready for some drama of your own? We can custom design drop earrings specifically designed to suit you.

    Or check out some this amazing pair of moissanite drop earrings we currently have in stock:


    main view of Pear Moissanite And Natural Diamond Drop Earrings

    Pear Moissanite and Natural Diamond Drop Earrings. Antique design drop earrings featuring two 6x4mm (.48ct dia equiv) Charles and Colvard created pear shape moissanites and approximately 1/6ct t.w. natural diamonds. Available in 14kt white gold only. $995

  • I love you to the moon and stars and back, say said.

    Perhaps you’ve heard this endearing phrase, expressing a lot of love. But how much love exactly?

    According to essayist Lucy Wickham from the Thought Catalog, it’s not as much love as you’d think:

    Why the moon? Why not the sun? Why not some planet such as Pluto or Mars? Actually, apparently Pluto got demoted and is now considered a dwarf planet, but that is beside the point…

    I guess I just do not understand why it is that specific distance. The moon is, on average, 238,855 miles away. So technically people are saying they love you 477,710 miles (the distance to the moon and back).

    You think that’s a lot, but in terms of a car, it’s not really. A car gets an average of 12,000 miles a year. Saying someone loves you 477,710 miles is like saying someone loves you for 40 years. That is not a very strong guarantee.

    Well we still think the moon and the stars are stellar examples of romance. If you’re in the same stratosphere as us, send us your favorite moon and star design, and we’ll create a piece uniquely you and yours.


    Stuller moon and star pendant | JCK On Your Market

    Journey of Dreams pendant in 14k white and yellow gold with diamonds by Stuller, $1,593 [source: JCK]

  • The Insanely Blingy Star Wars BB-8 Droid


    There are toys…and then there are Toys with a capital “T.”

    In case you’ve been hiding under a rock, Star Wars revisits our planet this December with The Force Awakens. And with it comes a slew of merchandise to support the release.

    The Blingiest Star Wars Award goes to this amazing piece. Disney Consumer Products teamed with Kay Jewelers to re-create the movie’s newest droid, BB-8 (in gold and diamonds). The production took over 600 hours. The piece is appraised at $135,000 and will be auctioned off this month after being displayed at the Force 4 Fashion exhibit in New York. Proceeds from the auction will go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. (Source: Glamour)

  • Czech Artist Creates Jewelry From Colored Pencils

    What a whimsical eye treat. This clever Czech artist has discovered a different kind of gem: colored pencils.

    This creative jewelry reminds us that all that glitters is not gold. Jewelry can take all forms and sizes, shapes and colors…and of course, material.

    Jewelry designer Anna Čurlejová turns colored pencils into unique, wearable art. Depending on how they’re cut, either honeycomb dots or long lines of color allow for some truly creative jewelry. Lacquer keeps the pencil parts in place.

    Source: BoredPanda.





  • Fall Jewelry Trends – The Brooch is Back

    Brooches have seen a slow and steady resurgence over the years, breaking new grounds with funky and fun designs (not your grandmother’s broach, in other words!). Peruse these powerful pins and tell us what you think:


    Balenciaga Photo: Gianni Pucci


    Prada Photo: Gianni Pucci

    Chanel Photo: Gianni Pucci /

    Calvin Klein Collection Photo: Gianni Pucci /

    Louis Vuitton Photo: Gianni Pucci /

    Source: Vogue

  • Hand Ornaments and Multi-Rings Highlighted at Delhi’s Vogue Wedding Show

    This year’s Vogue Wedding Show in Delhi got quite a lot of coverage last week in the fashion world. And rightfully so. The packed booths included high profile bridal and couture wear of India from the likes of Tarun Tahiliani, Sabyasachi, Manish Malhotra and Ritu Kumar.

    On prominent display were traditional Indian hand ornaments and multi-rings.

    With so much attraction on the hands lately hand ornaments like traditional hathphool at Amrapali, Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas and PC Jewellers for Forevermark, contemporary hand cuffs and palm cuffs at Anmol jewellers were a major hit amongst to brides-to-be. [Bejewled Finds]

    Diamond hathphool by PC Jewelers

    Anmol diamond handcuff

    Multi Finger pearck ring by Anmol

    Multi finger rings by Hazoorilal Legacy by Sandeep & Narang