Ready to move into the big leagues of price range? At least, that’s how I think of this level for most people. But such things depend greatly on your life situation and preferences: any gift counts as big league at the right time and for the right person. I love receiving jewelry from people I care about – every time I wear it I’m reminded of the person who bought it for me and the fact that I matter to them.
Antique Victorian 14k Dragon Ring with Mine Cut Diamond, Recycled Gold Stick Pin ($465). I am head over heels for this teeny tiny dragon.
Suzanna Dai Fireworks Long Necklace ($470). This slays me. It’s an explosion of color and personality.
India Hick Swinging Bow and Arrow Pendant ($395). I had the honor of trying this beauty on at JCK Privé NY. It’s impossibly lovely – I kept expecting a fairy to appear and demand its bow and arrow back.
Soixante Neuf Small Engraved Flower Pendant ($345). I don’t think I’ve ever seen a prettier monogram pendant.
Alexis Bittar ‘Lucite® – Neo Bohemian’ Dragonfly Cuff Bracelet ($395). Tell me this isn’t awesome. Sort of modern Art Mouveau.
Antique 10k gold and diamond cameo ring ($275). This jewelry is wearing jewelry. I’m into it.
India Hicks Sleek Cuff ($395). Sexy and effortlessly chic.
If you’d like more gift ideas, please check out my past store profiles, my guide to camphor glass jewelry, and past Ebay and Etsy posts. As always when shopping online, please pay attention to shipping charges, read return policies, and make sure that any bling you buy is the right size. My jewelry sizing cheat sheet can help.