One very important aspect about collecting fine jewelry is that, unless you are a millionaire, it can get pricey! To counter that annoying factor, the few pieces that you do buy have to be versatile. I am wearing a couple of pieces of jewelry that can be worn in different ways. Here’s how:
- an 80″ strand of black cultured pearls can be worn as a chunky bracelet, a double strand necklace, a triple strand necklace, or quadruple strand necklace
- a Victorian brooch can be worn pinned to a jacket, pinned to a shoe, pinned to a scarf, or like I have done here pinned at the very top of my shirt to give the effect of a pendant without a chain
- all rings can be worn in different combinations, whether alone or stacked together, here I am wearing a 14k yellow gold curb-link band with a 14k yellow gold champagne diamond solitaire ring
To read more about my pearl bracelet, click here.
To read more about my Victorian brooch, click here.
To read more about my 14k yellow gold champagne diamond ring, click here.
To read more about my 14k yellow gold curb-link ring, click here.
To read more about my Edwardian diamond and sapphire ring, click here.
To read more about my 14k yellow gold panther ring with diamond eyes, click here.