Good morning, my darlings, and happy 2015!
I thought I’d try something new and do a mini retrospective before we dive into what this bright new year has to offer us. According to my site stats, these are the 15 most viewed posts of 2014: the pretties you loved so much you wanted to look at them over and over, pin them and share them and send them to your friends.
#15: Van Cleef and Arpels Midnight Planetarium watch.
#14: Ring roundup: rose gold engagement rings.
#13: Ode to a moval: Lang Antiques’ 9.55 carat beauty.
#12: Fit for a Disney Princess: engagement rings (Part II).
#11: Two antique diamond rings at Lang Antiques.
#10: Two exceptional 1920s engagement rings.
#8: Dreamy engagement rings by Erika Winters.
#7: Serious sparkle: JB Star rings.
#6: Eerie beauty: Sevan Biçakçi’s tiny masterpieces.
#5: 3.26 carat antique diamond engagement ring.
#4: Tiffany and Co black opal and diamond ring.
#3: Store profile: Erstwhile Jewelry Co.
#2: Ring roundup: more Art Deco engagement rings.
Your favorite post of 2014: The Treasures of Scott Antique Market.
The trends are pretty clear: you love rings, especially the Art Deco kind. In other words, you have marvelous taste, my dears. That’s no shock.
It appears that you are big fans of the fabulous Erstwhile Jewelry Co., because a whopping three of the above posts are exclusively their rings. Ditto for Lang Antiques, who also appear more than once.
You also enjoy interesting and beautiful designs, as evidenced by your love for the Sevan Biçakçi post. That’s wonderful, because one of my goals for 2015 is to keep seeking out and sharing fabulous new contemporary work.
Is there anything you’d like to see more of here in the coming year, my darlings?
Pretty! This has been a really wonderful post. Many thanks for supplying this information.
As a male, I love to have that planetarium watch! It looks fun to use and confusing at the same time. If I’m giving something for my girl, I’d prefer that 4.33 carat yellow diamond ring from Cartier.
Pardon me for asking but, where do you use that Sevan Biçakçi ring? On what type of occasion?
Haha, I think the answer to that question is: at an occasion where you’re very safe and don’t need to use your hands.
lydia lepic says
I like the blend of the affordable sparkly and the outrageously expensive, as well as the weird and otherworldly mixed in with the timeless classics. Here’s to another year of bling!
Me too, Lydia! That’s actually a pretty good definition of my personal jewelry style (except I can’t afford the outrageously expensive, so it’s really a blend of cheap-but-fab costume jewelry with more expensive antiques!).