Thursday, March 9, 2017

Total Bling

I listen to the radio a bunch, usually talk radio. I listening one day and they had an ad about some fine jewelry that Shreve & Co had bought from different estates.  I decided to check it out since I was down in the Union Square area. Glad I did, it was very impressive. The cool thing was how I was treated there. They knew that I was only looking but I was still treated with respect with the salespeople answering all of questions.

The first three are Tiffany:

These next five are from Cartier:

Here is a Harry Winston piece:

A piece by David Webb:

Here are the real super pieces:

A piece made by Mauboussin-$750,000  

This piece is a Cartier that was owned by the great French actress Catherine Deneuve. It is valued at $1.9 million:

Finally here is a Paul Flato piece that was designed for Cole Porter's wife. It can be yours for a mere $2.2 million:

It was really nice and great to see these wonderful pieces.


  1. Beautiful pieces, but way out of my league.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

  2. Now those are some serious jewels!

  3. Thanks for joining the Top of the World Style Linkup party. Wow. These pieces are so cool!

  4. Bling indeed. I love me some bling, just ask my husband, but it is usually in the form of a lesser valued form. However, these pieces are stunningly beautiful. thanks for linking up with #TuneInThursday today!

  5. It would be awesome to see these pieces in the real. They look so beautiful. I love all sorts of bling, like if it glitters, it must be good.
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  6. Wow! Lot's of bling as you said, but some lovely pieces. How nice to hear that you were treated so well.

  7. Cool photos! You made my day. I love unique pieces and sometimes thought how much I would have enjoyed working at a shop like that. Thanks for always linking on my blog hops! Have a great weekend!

  8. Whoo these are stunning pieces of jewellery. They look beautiful :)

    Thanks for sharing over at the weekend blog hop

  9. Thank you for sharing the pictures with us. I am especially crazy for the Tiffany pendant (do you know what year that is from, I'm guessing 1910-1915ish), the Webb brooch (wow!), and the stunning Paul Flato necklace. You are lucky to see his work in person, I don't think it's all that common. Great post.

  10. Wow, I'm so glad you took us all along with you on your little trip! These pieces are just incredible! I've chosen your post as my feature next week, too! #FridayFrivolity


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