Thursday already! The week’s flying, isn’t it?
Today we’re moving on up in our gift guide to beauties between $350 – $500. Things are heating up: more valuable materials, more spectacular looks. Be excited.
Here’s what we’ve covered already in the gift guide, in case you’d like to review, or there’s something you can’t get out of your mind and you need to see it again: jewelry under $100; $100 – $200; and $200 – $350.
Let’s do this:
SheBee Gem sapphire multi star ring. All the colors, all the fabulous.
Laurent Gandini sterling silver floral lace earrings.
Antique English Victorian locket in gold with a pearl and blue enamel star.
Celine Daoust dainty rainbow sapphire rings in gold.
Lulu Frost Portico statement necklace in gold.
Unusual antique English Art Deco cocktail ring in silver with interchangeable colored stones.
The Cora cuff by Melinda Maria Designs; 14k gold plated with labrodorite and CZ crystals.
Antique-inspired Ouroboros snake ring in 14k gold with ruby eyes.
Antique Art Deco white gold and rock crystal necklace with filigree details. Circa 1920’s.
Alexandra Alberta Khrysler earrings in 18k gold plated silver with malachite.
Antique Victorian silver bird necklace with turquoise and and ruby eye.
Tiny gemstone rings by Wwake with opals, diamonds, and/or emeralds in gold.
Antique sterling silver charm bracelet with antique medallions.
14k gold and hand blown glass hourglass pendant with sapphires. Vintage, circa 1940’s.
That’s all for today! Come back for tomorrow for the next level of Diamonds in the Library’s 2015 jewelry gift guide, which will be all about pretties from $500 – $1,000.
Oh so cute!! I use washi tapes & cute Babushka sticky tapes on my paercls, they are just divine & make my customers smile. You have a delightful collection, well done on finding a new supplier too. Love Posie