What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Flapper Finery


In my dreams, I wear this thing everywhere. EVERYWHERE.

For as long as I can remember, I have been obsessed with Art Deco-era jewelry. It’s been going on so long, I may have actually been born this way. Perhaps I’m a reincarnated flapper. Who knows? All I do know is that nothing speaks to me like the lines of a fine piece of nineteen twenties bling. So since I was recently reminded how many unbelievable Deco jewels I have saved on Pinterest (and I need to justify how much time I spend drooling over them), I thought I’d share with you some of my all-time favorite examples of high-end Art Deco jewelry.

The fine jewelry designers of the twenties relied heavily on a lot of the same materials, which included diamonds (always), emerald (often), onyx (regularly), along with sapphire, ruby, coral, and a slew of other semi-precious stones.

I had a terrible time restraining myself from including all my pictures. The only way I was able to cut this off at all was that you can see the rest – and there are many, many more – on my Pinterest board. It’s a sickness…

Nobody knows to whom the photos belong, because internet.


Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

12 thoughts on “Flapper Finery

  1. Beautiful! I love all things Art Deco.

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  2. I LOVE that Chartreuse ring!

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  3. Gorgeous examples of a wonderful era of design. Thanks. N.

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  4. Well you know I’m going to love these because I love Art Deco shapes and I love bling. I think my favourite are those long rectangular pieces but I’ll take any of them really.

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  5. My heart!!! These are SO gorgeous!

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  6. Gorgeous!

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