The following items will be offered at the advertised prices for 7 days only, ending 5pm on February 27th.
Simply click on the first picture of any pair, and you will be directed to the product page to enable you to view the 7 day DISCOUNTED price.
Signed VCA 18k Gold 2.00ct Diamond Ring
Signed Cartier 18k Tri-Color Gold Diamond Ring
Signed Di Modolo Black Onyx Estate Ring
Signed Cartier Aquamarine Ring
Signed Tiffany & Co. Gold Scarab Ring
Certified Signed Art Deco 0.91ct H/VS Princess Diamond Engagement Ring
Signed Diamond & Emerald Ring
Signed Bagley & Hotchkiss Tahitian Pearl, Diamond, Ruby & Opal Ring
Signed Tri-Color Gold Diamond Ring Set
Bold knots on fur coats and ribbons in diamonds,
Icy blue aquas and Fay Cullen mountings
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Rodarte was founded in Los Angeles, California in 2005 by sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy, the brand deriving its name from Kate and Laura’s mother’s maiden name. Stocked globally by names such as Barneys, Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman and Nordstrom, Rodarte is worn by easily recognizable names such as Cate Blanchett, Natalie Portman, Keira Knightley, Kirsten Dunst and Michelle Obama.
The dark undercurrent to Rodarte’s designs are none more apparent than in the crowning designs incorporating twisted barbed-wire headbands constructed from twisted copper, gold, and silver-plated metal jewelry made in-house for the occasion.
The Mulleavys are known for applying couture-like craftsmanship to clothes that explore the dark undercurrents of prettiness—touching on such not-exactly-froufrou themes as Japanese horror flicks and apocalyptic destruction.
This steel and 18k gold bicycle chain bracelet below could easily be mistaken for deriving from Rodarte.
So Valentine’s Day might have been extra special for you this year! If it was, here are a few President’s Day PRICE REDUCTIONS to help you to make that crucial Engagement Ring decision.
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Who wore this huge emerald and diamond ring at the 2007 Vanity Fair Oscar Party at Morton’s in West Hollywood?
ANSWER; Victoria Beckham
Which Oscar contender graced a diamond collar and a red rose in 2011?
ANSWER; Natalie Portman
Which 2010 Oscar contender wore a show-stopping amethyst ring that looked like this?
ANSWER; Zoe Saldana
What was Natalie Portman wearing other than Rodarte’s Violet Silk Chiffon Draped Gown with Swarovski Crystals, Jimmy Choo shoes, and Roger Vivier’s Boite de Nuit Caviar bag in Rose Gold? (2 parts)
ANSWER; Natalie Portman was wearing Tiffany & co. ruby tassel drop earrings and unborn baby Aleph who later hatched as the Black Swan‘s duckling.
What kind of platinum-strung Pearls is radiant Helen Mirren wearing around her neck?
ANSWER; Pinctada as shown in the GIA Certificate, otherwise known as or Natural Saltwater Pearls.
ANSWER; Since the Oscar ceremony always exhibits exclusive new jewelry and attire, you must have wondered what becomes of the cast-offs?! The Red Carpet is the ideal branding-run for global designers, in particular couture and unique jewelry. Eager not to miss this opportunity, the media is thorough at covering specific event inventory designed for the sole purpose of branding a style by attaching it to the face of Hollywood elite. Since there are more stars than designers, this is not so competitive as it is financially restrictive.
After the event, both clothes and jewelry, which have been worn by a particular celebrity, are auctioned off in true entrepreneurial style. Michael Katz, Harry Winston and New Yorker Fred Leighton were amongst the first to calculate and position themselves to advantage from this inevitable media coverage. The Red Carpet served more than a cat-walk, the Red Carpet is the equivalent to an auction preview for the elite where the couture is merely ‘thrown-in’ to document the model. This eliminates past confusion where celebrities frequently mistook the loan to be a gift, passed on in the mistaken investment that the item may well be worn on more than one occasion. Since the Red Carpet is merely a means to an end and no longer defines a lifestyle, as it did in early Hollywood, gifts rarely saw daylight again.