Art Deco bridal jewelry styling harkens back to the incredible designs of the '20s

Art Deco was a design style that took the world by storm in the mid 1920's. Fashion and design had been through Art Nouveau [think late 19th century with all the scrolls and elaborate femininity of Belle Epoque of Paris] when a 1925 French art exposition at Le Musee des Arts Decoratifs blew peoples minds. Art Deco's, bold, clean, geometric lines [with a soupcon if inspiration from American Indian and Pre-Columbian influences] brought new shapes, new sensibilities and new life to fashion, furniture and art. Our Wishing Well headpiece celebrates Art Deco's passion and style with a delicate interweaving of metal and rectangular Swarovski stones. Available with silver stones in either gold or silver metal.

Rose Gold: the rich new color for 2016 adds a lovely blush to any ensemble

Rose Gold. You will be seeing a lot of this sweet vintage metal shade in the next 12 months since this, the year of Pantone's Rose Quartz, just calls for this blush gold color!

Rose Petal Tea bracelets  in rose gold (and silver) are shown here with the  Basilica Multi Purpose piece  worn as a necklace.

Rose Petal Tea bracelets in rose gold (and silver) are shown here with the Basilica Multi Purpose piece worn as a necklace.

Rose Gold works with every skin tone from olive to pale and adds a hint of blush which is always extra flattering on a wedding day! 

The bold and beautiful  Amalie Headpiece  in rose gold

The bold and beautiful Amalie Headpiece in rose gold