With “R” for “Reliquary”

6 October, 2015
A reliquary is a small box or recipient commonly used in the past to wear hanging from the neck. The very first use was entirely religious as a case to (...)

With “C” for “Collar” (Necklace)

22 September, 2015
With “C” for “Collar” (Necklace) The Spanish word for “necklace”, collar, comes from the latin term “collum”, which means “neck” in (...)

Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an icon

17 September, 2015
I am pretty sure you all who frequently read our vintage blog know that Audrey Hepburn is one of our most beloved muses. Among our most admired jewelry (...)

With “P” for “Pulsera” (Bracelet)

8 September, 2015
A bracelet is an jewel used as an accessory to decorate your wrist. It’s commonly made of links in different forms and sizes that give the piece flexibility (...)

Do you want to get the look Gloria Vanderbilt has in the September edition of Vogue?

2 September, 2015
We’re back from holidays with very beautiful good news… We’ve just known the September edition of the magazine Vogue brings this amazing article… (...)

With “A” for “Alfiler” (Tie Pin)

14 July, 2015
A tie pin is an accessory commonly used by men that had a hit back in the 20s. This tiny piece clips the tie to the shirt so it can’t move. Sometimes, (...)

Harper’s Bazar

9 July, 2015
Harper’s Bazar has counted on us once again in the last edition. This article was however really special since the photographer was Alberto Garcia-Alix, (...)

Hera: “Quod adfert tum lumen”

2 July, 2015
Hera: who brings the light to you If you follow my blog very closely, you already know how excited I am with this project and how I love to closet he month (...)

With “S” for “String”

30 June, 2015
In jewelry this term “string” is used to define a row of beads linked by a thread. We can differenciate strings with pearls, corals, gold or any other (...)

With R for Rascamoño (Ornamental Hairclasp)

16 June, 2015
Let me put this image in your head: long needles usually decorated in one of the two ends with stones in different colors. Women used them both to hold (...)