Then & Now: Berry Crush

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vintage jewelry sale   As summer comes to a close and the September issues begin to hit newsstands, fashionable women all over the country store their bathing suits and start preparing for fashion week. In anticipation of the new season just ahead, we’ve got a crush on big, bold, berry hues - the kind that are striking and sophisticated without ever being overly trendy or simply seasonal.   Berry hued jewelry calls back to vintage mid-century styling; a perfect addition to any classic, glamorous working woman’s style arsenal. Add a vintage touch to your fall wardrobe with a gorgeous berry-hued gem from Trumpet & Horn that’s sure to set you apart from the crowd. From deep purple amethysts to bright red rubies and intense blue azurmalachites, we have plenty of beautiful berry colored jewelry to help you create your own signature look this fall.   Satisfy your berry crush this fall with a one-of-a-kind vintage piece from the Trumpet & Horn collection. The three gorgeous pieces below are on sale from August 15-28, but remember: our jewelry is all one-of-a-kind, so once a piece is gone, it’s gone! vintage amethyst ring This bold 1960's Amethyst and Ruby Cocktail Ring features a bright purple cushion cut amethyst with an estimated weight of over 20 carats set in 14k yellow gold enhanced by dramatic ridged shoulders and bright ruby cabochons.   vintage world necklace This fabulous Vintage David Webb World Necklace is an 18k yellow gold, diamond, and azurmalachite necklace designed and signed by David Webb. The necklace centers a large smooth tablet of high quality azurmalachite surrounded by approximately 5 carats of Round Brilliant cut diamonds, completed with an 18k gold oval open link chain. vintage amethyst earrings   These vintage Laykin et Cie earrings from the 1950's are replete with approximately 5 carats of bright white diamonds and deep purple amethysts set entirely in platinum. Originally made in Beverly Hills, CA, these stunning earrings come with their original box.   Photo credit: Then & Now photo by Tamer Yilmaz  

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