Monday, July 6, 2015

Trending: Pearls

Lately we have been seeing some amazing designs using pearls in unique and innovative ways.  The Dior "Tribale" earring brought a twist on the classic pearl stud, Emma Watson wore the earring in one ear at The Golden Globes in 2014.  Whether the designs feature round or baroque pearls it is great to see more pearls in fashion.  Here is a look at some of my favorite pearl designs....
Dior "Tribale" Earring
Photo from Instagram by @simplyvintageae
Jewelry by Jemma Wynne
Photos from Instagram by @jemmawynne
Jewelry by Delfina Delettrez
Photo from Instagram by @delfinadelttrez
Jewelry by Holly Dyment
Photo from Instagram by @hollydymentjewelry
Jewelry by Tasaki
Photos via Pinterest
Jewelry by Tasaki
Photos via Pinterest
Jewelry by Jordan Alexander
Photos via Pinterest
Jewelry by Xiao Wang
Photo from Instagram by @xiaowangjewelry
Jewelry by Rachael Sarc
Photo from Instagram by @rachaelsarc
Jewelry by Paspaley
Photo from Instagram by @paspaleypearls
Jewelry by Irene Neuwirth
Photo from Instagram by @jamie_ireneneuwirth
Jewelry by Irene Neuwirth
Photos from Instagram by @ireneneuwirth
Photo from Instagram by @emilie_ireneneuwirth
Jewelry by Irene Neuwirth
Photos from Instagram by @ireneneuwirth
Jewelry by Paul Morelli
Photos from Instagram by @paulmorellistudio
Jewelry by Sidney Garber
Photo from Instagram by @sidneygarber
Jewelry by Sidney Garber
Photo from Instagram by @sidneygarber
Jewelry by Nikos Koulis
Photos from Instagram by @nikoskoulisjewels
Jewelry by Paige Novick
Photos from Instagram by @paigenovick
Jewelry by Elena Votsi
Photos from Instagram by @elenavotsi
Jewelry by Finn
Photo from Instagram by @lovegoldlive
Jewelry by Jennifer Fisher
Photo via Pinterest
Jewelry by Jennifer Fisher
Photos via Pinterest
Jewelry by Jennifer Fisher
Photo via Pinterest
Jewelry by Amanda Pearl
Photos via Pinterest
Jewelry by Mizuki
Photo via Pinterest
Jewelry by Mizuki
Photos via Pinterest

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Sunday, July 5, 2015

Jessica McCormack Ring Jackets

Genius is the first word that comes to mind when I think of Jessica McCormack Jewellery.  I love following her on Instagram and she never disappoints with her designs.  Over the last couple weeks she has posted some beautiful ring jackets and I had to share.  Ring jackets aren't something seen very often these days, but they are a great way to change the look of a classic design. 



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Friday, July 3, 2015

Vanessa Pederzani Jewellery


Milan-born, London-based jewellery designer Vanessa uses jewellery as a canvas to tell the highs and lows of her life story.  There is gentleness at times, a harsher reality at others.  Drawing together memories from less idyllic moments, she crafts precious grenades, guns, bats and scorpions.  It’s a story with an intense duality.  But the journey she portrays is always her own – a tale of love, despite shattered dreams along the way.

Artists often paint the picture of their personal human experience through their body of work.  Third generation jeweller Vanessa does the same with her jewellery.  A romantic at heart, she sometimes feels more like an empowered modern-day warrior.  A trained gemologist who honed her expertise at Pederzani Jewellery, her family business founded in Milan in 1947, and then at Christie’s and Sotheby’s, before striking out on her own.  Vanessa exercises a unique approach.  Her passion for colour in gemstones far surpasses her fears of imperfections.  She is at ease working with a diamond packed with inclusions if the stone’s resounding beauty and colour are the right fit for the jewel.
The Pederzani name brings with it the kudos of three generations of an Italian family who have served as jewellers to European industrialists, royalty and celebrities.  Today, Vanessa sources her gemstones direct from mines in Brazil, Colombia, Thailand and India, teaming them with gold and sometimes silver.  Her clients, mostly women treating themselves, range from lovers of edgy design to those seeking something more elegant and classic, be they fashion moguls, sports stars, members of the aristocracy or the exclusive St Moritz Corviglia Ski Club, who invited Vanessa to design a 75th anniversary pin, following in the footsteps of fellow Corviglia guest designer Emilio Pucci.
Vanessa thinks of her jewels as contemporary amulets. She makes jewellery to touch women’s spirits and souls.

Vanessa Pederzani Jewellery features 18 karat gold and silver with precious stones.




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