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Everything Old Is New

Vintage details and modern lines mark jewels for the ages


Wear Old & New Together
Browse local jewelry display cases and you’ll see they are filled with modern baubles that harken to older styles, and clean-lined vintage and antique pieces that appear as fresh today as they first did decades ago. Here, we grouped old and new to show how to partner a patchwork of eras. We love pairing the bold textures, finishes, and silhouettes together (above) and we dig matching the dainty, intricately cut stones and smoky tones that say “yesteryear” (bottom right) with one another.

(clockwise from left) 14K yellow gold vintage pearl bracelet from Joint Venture Estate Jewelers • 14K yellow gold ring with .93 ct. floating diamond and brushed and knife-edged 14K yellow and white gold men’s band, both from Skatell’s • Platinum band with diamonds (7.14 total ct.) from Joint Venture Estate Jewelers


(above, clockwise from left) MOD SQUAD: Sterling silver prasiolite and diamond earrings by David Yurman from REEDS Jewelers • 14K yellow gold vintage necklace with .35 ct. diamond from Joint Venture Estate Jewelers • White gold bracelet with diamonds (9.98 total ct.) from Roberto Coin • 14K white gold ring with .63 ct. center diamond and diamond accents (1.38 total ct.) from REEDS Jewelers • 18K white and yellow gold men’s band from Skatell’s • White gold and diamond “Rectangle Ring” from Roberto Coin  


 

(above, clockwise from left) DELICATE DETAILS: 18K yellow gold ring with 1.61 ct. chocolate princess-cut diamond center and white diamond accents (3 total ct.) from Skatell’s • Vintage silver clip-on earrings with faux moonstones in floral designs from Candy Shop Vintage • 18K yellow gold bracelet, circa 1890, with .7 ct. ruby and diamond accents (2.3 total ct.) from Croghan’s Jewel Box • Diamond (.52 total ct.) and 18K white gold necklace by Kwiat Vintage Collection from Paulo Geiss Jewelers • 18K yellow gold ring with .27 ct. diamond from Roberto Coin • Filigree vintage estate ring with 1.54 ct. diamond center stone from Croghan’s Jewel Box    


Wear Old & New Together
Browse local jewelry display cases and you’ll see they are filled with modern baubles that harken to older styles, and clean-lined vintage and antique pieces that appear as fresh today as they first did decades ago. Here, we grouped old and new to show how to partner a patchwork of eras. We love pairing the bold textures, finishes, and silhouettes together (above) and we dig matching the dainty, intricately cut stones and smoky tones that say “yesteryear” (bottom right) with one another.




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