I love the simplicity of this bracelet. It’s from the 1880s and is made out of gutta-percha, which was one of the first plastics ever made in Victorian times (it was also used to make furniture and many other things). This bracelet has two thin 14k gold bands and the gutta-percha has the look of dark bronze. It’s a very classic feel, which in Victorian jewelry makes it stand out.
I had to have these clip on lady bug earrings! They’re super chic and perfect for spring.
I’m always a sucker for a beaded bag. This is a great example of deco design, the geometric pattern of the beads along with the clasp, it’s amazing. It’s still so modern and contemporary. I always find the 1930′s a great source of inspiration for clean futuristic designs.
These earrings… After seeing them I thought about them for days! They’re so beautiful and speak to a trend of fashion right now, this modern floral aesthetic. They’re perfect for a contemporary look but can also be passed down forever. They’re from the 1940′s and are diamond, platinum, sapphire and ruby. You HAVE to have them!