Every month, I eagerly await the arrival of Town & Country magazine. Naturally, I enjoy the lifestyle articles and monthly Social Network calendar. But, I confess that the very first thing I do is flip through the entire magazine cover to cover to admire the extravagant ads – especially the lust-worthy high jewelry pages!
If you’re not familiar with the term, according to jewelry industry standards, high jewelry is defined as pieces of superior quality, made of gold or platinum, often set with precious gemstones, and never mass-produced. Instead, glorious high jewelry is made with care and extraordinary craftsmanship by expert designers.
This month, T&C featured a veritable menagerie of exquisite animals created by legendary Van Cleef & Arpels. The vibrant, jeweled clips entitled L’Arche de Noé are inspired by the Noah’s Ark story and are a dazzling display of precious stones!
Inspired, I’ve found a few jeweled brooches that you’ll definitely want to update your fall wardrobe. You can splurge, with genuine high jewelry. Or, steal the look with these affordable alternatives!
Jeweled brooches aren’t the only update you’ll need for fall. While you’re here, please take some time to enter one of our GIVEAWAYS!
These gold-plated, Swarovski Elements-encrusted stunners are an elegant addition to your fall wardrobe. Retail $39. Giveaway ends 11-10-2017.
Striking adjustable bangle bracelet from QIANSE has a fairytale design features beautiful, sinuous curves and gleaming silvertone. Plus, it is set with sparkling blue and clear genuine Swarovski crystals, worthy of Cinderella. Retail $99. Giveaway ends 11-10-2017.
Vena Samsung Galaxy S8 Cell Phone Case. This chic phone case keeps your pricey cell phone safe, in style! Retail $18.99. Gveaway ends 11-10-2017.
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