Bridal trend: Filagreed jewelry a rich style for today's bride

Filigree, a delicate kind of metalwork, suggests lace and is reminiscent of Indian and Asian metalwork. Popular from the 17th to the 19th century in Italian and French metalwork from 1660 to the late 19th century, Filagree is making a fabulous comeback with brides.  

The Amalie, our Filigree encrusted bracelet with Swarovski large oval rhinestones and smaller decorate rhinestone chain, celebrates this ancient form of art. The Amalie bracelet is available in silver, gold or rose gold metal with silver, aquamarine or vintage rose stones.

Amalie in gold

Amalie in gold

Rose gold with silver  

Rose gold with silver  


Featured Piece: The White Coral Multi Purpose Piece

Delicate and sweet with a joyful spray of stones, The White Coral multi purpose pieces is a charming departure perfect for the fresh bridal gown styles so on trend today!

The White Coral multi purpose piece can be worn as a headband or hair vine, or a sash around ones waist but our favorite is as a necklace to adorn a strapless, sweetheart or open neckline.

The White Coral multi purpose piece is available in silver metal, clear crystal and mother of pearl. 

Bracelets, bracelets, bracelets

Girls have always known that the bracelets look gorgeous and make you feel more powerful [hello Wonder Woman!] 

For over 7000 years bracelets have been a symbol of beauty, spirit and power. The history of Egyptian bracelets is as old as 5000 BC when bracelets were made of bones, stones and woods. The Scarab Bracelet, one of the most recognized symbols of ancient Egypt, represented rebirth and regeneration.

Recent discoveries by Russian archaeologists have found what they believe to be a bracelet, excavated in Siberia and dated to around 40,000 BC!

These beautiful [and dare we say powerful] bracelets are just a few from the Justine M Couture Collection…enjoy!