3.29.2010 @ 5:09 pm UTC by lilah wild
A well-curated shop of jewelry that traipses through city streets and enchanted woods and mid-century dressing tables, lots of good understated strangeness in here: a necklace where a 14k gold dagger pokes into a solid silver anatomical heart, silver talons or witch hands or melting hearts to protrude through the ears, tree trunk rings complete with carved lovers’ hearts, name necklaces bathed in elegant curlicues. They also have an entire section devoted to wedding bands.
2.11.2010 @ 3:21 pm UTC by lilah wild
Gold and silver charms that offer something for everyone from ice cream cones to brains. Brass knuckles, hearts, grenades, bowling pins, snubnosed pistols, wisdom teeth, keys, tiny little pumpkins, the knives and scissors would make cute gifts for chefs and hairdressers. Also necklaces and bracelets where the charms are worked into the chain, cufflinks, and rings where the cupcakes are sprinkled with diamonds.
11.3.2009 @ 4:40 pm UTC by lilah wild
An engagement ring jeweler who also has a flair for darker ornamentation. Tribal and tentacled designs pop up in her Adornments sections, where gemstones are cradled in silver tendrils, and dramatic neckpieces evoke dancing flames. The bridal sparkles play with complementary pieces, most notably in the wedding set where raised and recessed locks are made to fit into each other. Custom extremely welcome and encouraged.
4.23.2009 @ 6:02 pm UTC by lilah wild
Jewelry where deco forms go slithering off into the organic, taking sparkling stones and glass with them. Some pieces tend towards the classically geometrical, sometimes with moveable abacus beads, while others dive into shiny dichrotic abstractions. Very artsy with potential sci-fi appeal through frequent tentacle details. Thanks, Miko!
3.20.2009 @ 5:27 am UTC by lilah wild
Antique and estate jewelry with an eye for the Victorian, featuring an extensive collection of cameos, and some art nouveau-style original work. The stock ranges from superfine glittering gemstones to funky turquoise rings and an appearance by Peter Stone, and betrays a fondness for upscale kitsch.
3.12.2009 @ 7:15 pm UTC by lilah wild
Jewelry that dips genitals in silver and gold, and lets them shine from other parts of the body. The explicitness is a jumping-off point for nouveau-like interpretations, in some pieces, with Kama Sutra portrait pendants, pearl sculptures, carved gemstones, and more subtle arrangements to mess with the mind of the beholder.
1.27.2009 @ 6:42 pm UTC by lilah wild
A mix of new and vintage finds from the chatelaine-swinging Victorian era through the lucite 60’s, stopping through art nouveau, art deco, and bakelite along the way. Among sparklies signed and unsigned, one can find lockets, cameos, chic evening bags, pocket watches, perfume bottles, and strange little period accessories.