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Entries in marie helene de taillac (4)


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Jewelry_Maven creates the ultimate stack from pieces from Quadrum Gallery

Marie-Hélène de Taillac shines straight from the workshop in India to the outdoor sunshine--these are tourmalines

Allyssa Power puts together a pastel punch using rings from Market Square Jewelers

Plukka showing off some stackable pieces from the Yi Collection 

Elizabeth Rose Antiques vacations in the Swiss Alps and brings along her favorites

Estate Jewelry Mama mixing some personal pieces with items that are for sale in her Etsy shop

Andrea Fohrman playing in the sun, exactly where her celestial jewels belong

LFrank Jewelry stacking bigger and better with her gemstone-focused designs

Henry Dominique Jewelry wearing her personal pieces; the all-gold lion and signet are such a great match}



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Gem Circus giving us a dose of her personal collection, all beautiful antique pieces

Melanie Casey Jewelry, located 30 mintues outside of Boston, is quickly becoming a favorite of everyone

Market Square Jewelers has such a large assortment of vintage and antique jewelry, I love this photo

did you know these are Paraiba Tourmalines?! these Marie Helene de Taillac gems are so dreamy

Sydney, Australia-based Joeys Jewellery is a fun account to follow, these are some rings from her personal collection

Gold Adore has been a favorite seller of antique jewelry for awhile now, some current favorites from her shop

Cellini Jewelers in NYC has some amazing jewelry, like these opal rings

keeping the opal streak going, Copper Canary located in Carlsbad, CA has me drooling with these rings

Duvenay always stuns with her collection and I just love this photo!}

Favorite Instagram Pictures: Early Fall 2014

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rkjewels showing how Etruscan Revival can be so chic

mhtny has the most vibrant jewels ever, makes you fall in love with gems

eriebasin a Masonic Pharaoh crescent fob circa 1900…so unique

metiersf also has a ring box filled with what dreams are made of

freemansauctions has put my emerald obsession into overdrive

metiersf always has the best collections of lockets and antique pendants

stoneandstrand has a 1960s muse in Talitha Getty and her ring party…she is my kind of girl!

jenmeyerjewelry adorned on a fashionable chick, love the stacking and colors

karripsoph and her enviable neckwear-- Loren Stewart pearl choker, eBay score choker, & Jennifer Fisher chain

liseannefrankfurt is inspired by how this Venetian woman accessorized with a long gold chain

katieslavin visited Abu Dhabi and I think I'm in love

iwonaludyga creating a fun art project with paint and stones

grimajewellery love a good twist ring, especially one that has an incredible diamond like this

djojewelry has her inventory on point! so many good rings!

Designer Spotlight: Marie-Hélène De Taillac

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With three boutiques--one in Tokyo, one in Paris and most recently, NYC--Marie-Hélène De Taillac has continually been successful throughout her jewelry career, which began in 1996. What inspires her is color--gemstones like tourmaline, spinel and sapphires are her muse.  In the past she used semi-precious stones in her bright designs when others used diamonds, rubies and emeralds, and made a name for herself.  Now, the newly opened boutique in New York's upper East side is just as colorful as her jewelry.  Vibrant blue on the walls, with hints of pastels throughout the showroom. It truly looks like a candyland dreamworld.