7/18/2018 / In Jewelry
Kings, shamans, and warriors alike have found turquoise to be both captivating and powerful. Turquoise is a gemstone that first appeared in 6000 BCE in amulets used to protect the likes of King Tut and Cleopatra. 8,000 years later, turquoise continues to be a sought stone for today’s fashions.
6/20/2018 / In Jewelry
Known for her playful style and distinctly feminine touch, Charlotte Lynggaard has once again uniquely captured summer’s spirit with her newest collections: Life and Nature. Designed to gorgeously complement each other, her new stackable bracelets are a must-have this season and year round.
5/16/2018 / In Jewelry
Even though we didn’t get an invite to the wedding of the year (hint: it’s this Saturday), we still like to fantasize about what pieces of jewelry we might adorn inside St. Georges Chapel. While accessorizing for the royal wedding might seem like a daunting task, finding the perfect accent for such an occasion is a piece of (wedding) cake at Shreve & Co.
For this San Francisco-based duo, the interplay of brightly colored stones, traditional cuts and modern design is what defines their legacy. “A simple yet significant luxury in one’s wardrobe, jewelry is meant to be effortlessly worn and celebrated, not be tucked away in a box.”