Good morning, darlings! I promised you more jewels from the Original Miami Beach Antique show, and I intend to deliver.
But first: last night was the 2016 Oscars, and I was asked to join in with INDESIGN.JEWELRY’s fabulous team to further the discussion of all things #OscarJewelry. Check out my article here, and the whole team’s coverage here.
Now: back to the Original Miami Beach Antique Show jewels! If you follow me on Instagram, you may recognize a couple of these finds…but don’t worry, I saved some really good ones just for this post.
Starting strong with the most wonderful antique English ruby and diamond double heart ring. From Bell and Bird. I can’t really talk about this one because I love it too much.
This is one of the loveliest Georgian foiled-back topaz necklaces I’ve ever seen, anywhere. Look how perfect the condition is, and how lovely the color! The flowers are centered by pearls and set in gold.
One of the coolest fede rings I’ve ever seen! This antique piece from The Spare Room features a carved central turquoise piece flanked by textured gold and other gemstones. So unusual, and in ridiculously good condition.
This magnificent thing from Terry Lucy jewelry is a late Victorian silver-topped gold necklace with rose cut diamonds and 80 carats (!!!) of no-heat Ceylon sapphires.
It is glorious and it has matching earrings. I wore this around the show for a while.