Amidst the hustle and bustle of the holidays, you might be forgetting to put together your holiday party outfit, your holiday shopping ensemble or even your work party look. Let me remind you that shopping for sparkly accessories can be fun and easy to do bidding at auction from Fellows! The extensive amount of necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings that go up at auction each month makes me a huge fan, and the ease of bidding makes it even more positive. I can look online at their latest Antique & Modern Jewelry sale and instantly begin to style outfits. So many pieces complement one another, it’s kind of addicting once you start to look at an auction catalog that way. I’ve done it for you here with December’s Sale, which features over 500 items, each detailed in photos and descriptions online. It is such a treat to peruse Fellows’ sales and even more fun when envisioning an outfit to go along with some pieces.
Lot 31: A unique ensemble deserves some truly unusual jewels! This ring from this look caught my attention because it is bold and the detailed designs are interesting. Set with moonstone, ruby and diamonds with a stylized spray of floral it comes off both as artistic and futuristic. Love this ring.
Lot 83: When a necklace makes an entire outfit, that’s when you know you’ve purchased a special piece! I feel like this necklace would make any outfit amazing, from the fringe to the bold fleur de lis, this is so stunning! It is done in gold and emeralds with pearl details.
Lot 471: These earrings are perfect for when you need just a pop of color! Done in diamonds and demantoid garnets for a subtle yet bold earring look. Wear these alone or stacked with other very minimal studs if you have more than one hole. I also chose these because the necklace is very dramatic, so the earrings should be toned down.
Lot 7: Sparkle like your sequined cardigan by wearing a bunch of elongated diamond rings on your fingers! This ring in lot 7 is a great example of what I mean! I love the design of this particular ring, along with the two vertically set diamonds and open filigree work. Such a stunner!
Lot 21: High on my personal wish list is a diamond necklace like this one in lot 21. How elegant would it be to wear a string of diamonds along your neckline?! This type of necklace can be dressed up or down, and I like the idea of layering it for everyday wear with gold pendants on chains and worn with a t-shirt and jeans. This necklaces totals about 7.50 carats of diamonds! Wow!
Lot 41: To add to the diamond ring stack, a navette ring needs to be both a part of this look and in everyone’s jewelry box! This one is really unique because you can tell that it is all-original by zooming in on all the rose cuts, each cut by hand years and years ago. The shapes and color ranges of the diamonds vary, which makes it more special in my opinion!
Lot 130: This is probably hands-down the coolest snake bracelet I’ve ever seen! I love the way it coils several times and done in gold with French assay marks and the prettiest Burmese sapphire. I think this would be a treasure to own and I would wear it every chance that I could get!
Lot 416: The last addition to the diamond finger stack is this ring from lot 416. It looks like a delicate web of diamonds has graced your finger, with the intricate filigree work set with rose cut diamonds. All three diamond rings worn together will make a major statement and I think they all complement one another really well!
Lot 88: The fan-shape of this particular ring made me immediately choose it as one of my picks for this out-of-this-world outfit! Done in blue topaz mixed with old cut diamonds, set in white gold. This would be a good one to wear on your pointer finger and stack with other unique rings. Love the bright blue color of the gems and how they play off the dress.
Lot 196: I wanted a simple but unique necklace to go along with this look, so I chose a geometric pendant on a gold chain because it can be worn hidden or just slightly peeking out of the dress in a discreet way. The design of this pendant is really cool, it’s like a stick of diamonds with some gold shapes and curves flanking it. A great everyday piece!
Lot 201: Two bold pops of color create this ring–those are zircons! One is blue and the other is orange and if you visit the catalog of Fellows, you are able to see more photos of the sides of this ring which is something worth noting! The shank is actually bi-colored, with one side being platinum and the other 18k yellow gold. The very back of the shank even has a sapphire set in it, which is really cool!
Lot 292: This dress needed some fun dangle earrings, so I went with these from lot 292. They are set with diamonds and heliodor (the yellow/orange stones) and done in 18k white gold. I love the marquise shapes of the dangling gems–it makes them fun and flirty, which is what this look is all about!
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