Kaleidoscope effect

Jewellery kaleidoscope

Jewellery lover Anna Sten

Jewellery lover Anna Sten

One of the most beautiful and glamorous women of the time, film actress and Jewellery lover Anna Sten (December 3, 1908 – November 12, 1993)

Jewellery lover Anna Sten.
When in 1935, French actor, cabaret singer and entertainer Maurice Chevalier (1888 – 1972) was asked to list the 10 most beautiful women in the world, he named Anna Sten, Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo, French actress Annabella, Loretta Young, Merle Oberon, Clara Bow, Kay Francis and others. In Hollywood, the mid-1930s Anna became famous for her ability to pick up jewellery and clothes. American film producer and studio executive Darryl Francis Zanuck (1902 – 1979) said that she dresses better than anyone he had ever seen. A female director Dorothy Arzner (1897 – 1979) filmed Anna Stan in drama “Nana”, put her on a par with Garbo, Miriam Hopkins, Katharine Hepburn and Ruth Chatterton in his list of the most glamorous actresses.
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Dolce Gabbana Jewellery Fantasy

Dolce Gabbana Jewellery Fantasy

Dolce Gabbana Jewellery Fantasy

Dolce Gabbana Jewellery Fantasy – kaleidoscope of jeweled details presented in the new collection “Fabulous Fantasy” Fall/Winter 2016-2017 at Milan long-awaited show. The collection was really bright and magical. Designers have remained true to themselves, and the podium again was ruled by feminine silhouettes, lots of lace, sparkling jewelry, floral prints and beautiful applications on the theme of fairy tales. The latest collection was inspired by the tale of Cinderella, The Nutcracker, The Frog Princess and others. The designers had no limit to the imagination: the mouse and horses, pumpkins and coaches, princes and princesses, dwarfs and nutcrackers, candlesticks and chandeliers, tiaras and watches with large dials. Special attention is given to handbags and chandeliers, as well as transparent clutches. And, of course, the tale would not be a fairy tale without “crystal” slippers.
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Loretta Young jewellery

Loretta Young jewellery

Loretta Young jewellery – Ear-clips – large pear-shaped cabochon emeralds capped by round diamonds, surmounted by a diamond-set curling ribbon

Loretta Young jewellery

An actress known within the film industry as ‘Hollywood’s Beautiful Hack’ because she starred in so many mediocre movies. In a career that began in earnest in 1927, Young appeared in more than 90 films, yet she was personally memorable due to her big doe eyes and high cheekbones; she was truly one of Hollywood’s most striking beauties. She was one of the first actresses to win an Oscar and an Emmy award and to command a six-figure salary. A true jewellery lover, Loretta Young could afford a large collection of expensive high, as well as costume jewellery. Looking through her photographs, one can hardly find Loretta not wearing clips, a necklace, a brooch or a bracelet. Loretta Young was synonymous with the glamour, that was Hollywood in the 1930s and 40s. In the above photo Loretta Young wears a cabochon emerald and diamond brooch/ear-clip combination, the brooch by Ruser, circa 1960 (est. $10/15,000) which is designed as a floral spray set with two large pear-shaped cabochon emeralds capped by round diamonds, surmounted by a diamond-set curling ribbon.
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Lunch at the Ritz jewellery

Brooch pendant Angel. Lunch at the Ritz jewellery

Brooch pendant Angel. Lunch at the Ritz jewellery

American jewellery company Lunch at the Ritz, or LATR 2 GO was founded in 1982 by the duo of jewellery designers: Esme Hecht and Zander Elliott. The basic idea behind the creation of the brand – Esme and Sander want to show to the world of fashion, there are women in the world who love creativity and fun, and who don’t care what the fashion magazines and the whole fashion world dictate to wear and put on. And for 31 years now, Esme and Zander still create decorations for the new and old collectors. What’s their secret? Never read fashion magazines, never look at what someone else makes, break all the rules, and be true to yourself. Simply love life. That is why, in 1998, they built a new factory with an area of ​​15,000 square feet, to implement all their creative plans at the factory, which is the same unique as their colorful jewelry.
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Original by Robert vintage jewellery

Vintage Brooch pink flowers on a green leaf, Original by Robert

Vintage Brooch pink flowers on a green leaf, Original by Robert vintage jewellery

Original by Robert vintage jewellery
The history of the brand “Original by Robert” dates back to 1942. Founded by Robert Levy, David Jaffee, and Irving Landsman as Fashion craft Jewelry Company NYC, in 1951, it was renamed to Robert Originals, Inc. The American costume jewelry market has not been affected much by the World War II. The demand was big enough, the equipment and materials were quite enough. After the Great Depression, the ladies of all ages got a taste and wanted to look elegant and expensive. Therefore, a lot of magnificent jewellery pieces were created in the 1940s. They were close to high expensive jewelry in quality and design, but more accessible. Also Hollywood screen divas added to the demand – they wore not only diamonds, but a luxury costume jewelry. Jewellery company Original by Robert began to do the same. It copied the style of the great Miriam Haskell. All the decorations were made by hand, which means – they are unique and expensive. In addition to jewelry made of beads, great popularity enjoyed the line of decorations in the style of Art Nouveau, made of colored glass. These ornaments are very rare to find on the antique market.
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Cats in mythology and jewellery

Cats in mythology and jewellery

Cats in mythology and jewellery

Cats in mythology and jewellery. Prowling the night with glowing eyes, showing extraordinary physical flexibility and agility, cats were believed to seek the companionship of old women who practiced magic as witches. Both witches and cats were believed to have the power to control or predict the weather. When a cat washed its face, rain was supposed to follow; if it walked away from the fire, a storm was brewing. Caution and even discomfort was the typical reaction to cats, hence the common Irish greeting, “God bless all here except the cat.”
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Australian actress Elizabeth Debicki

Australian actress Elizabeth Debicki Jan Logan jewellery

Actress Elizabeth Debicki presenting Jan Logan jewellery

Talented and accomplished Australian actress Elizabeth Debicki – the face of the Australian jewellery house Jan Logan. Her predecessors in this role were Rose Byrne and Rachel Taylor. Few actresses can boast of having played their debut role in a large-scale film with a mass of stars and the famous director. A graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts in Australia, 25-year-old Elizabeth Debicki – can. It was her whom Baz Luhrmann chose for the role of Jordan Baker in his adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby”. Before The Great Gatsby her movie list consisted of two films – Rake (series, 2010 – 2014) and A Few Best Men (2011). After The Great Gatsby she played and is going to play in several films – Gödel Incomplete (2013), Macbeth (2015), The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015), Everest (2015), The Kettering Incident (2015), The Night Manager (2016), Guardians of the Galaxy (2017), The Tale (2017).
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