Jewelry from Europe

VERDURA: Yesterday and oh yes, Today!

If you’re at all a fan of jewelry, you’re certainly familiar with Verdura jewelry.  The super-brief version of the story is this: Duke Fulco di Verdura, a Sicilian aristocrat and lover of design and art in all forms, rose to great prominence in the mid-1920s when he began designing costume jewelry for fashion legend Coco…

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Flower Power! at the SF Fall Art & Antiques Show ~ Oct 25-29

Flowers have been powerful motifs in art since the beginning of time.  Virtually every renowned artist of the 20th century at some point in his or her career used these gentle emblems of nature to express artistic talent and to beautify the world around us. So it is no surprise, but quite a delight, that…

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The Chain is Broken

Such sadness.  Inexplicably my treasured 80s Kalinger necklace broke last week.  I put it in my purse as I was heading into the gym after work and when I pulled it out later at home, CRASH!, part of the necklace spilled onto the floor. {broken, like my heart} I’ve reached out to a few vintage jewelry…

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