Finn Jewelry For Sophie Theallet
Fashion and jewelry go together like chocolate and peanut butter. At New York Fashion Week earlier this year the two combined beautifully at CFDA winner Sophie Theallet's runway show. Theallet's inspiration for the collection was the fairy tale story of a peasant girl that becomes a princess. Finn Jewelry created a capsule collection of pieces to match the ethereal quality of the collection. The pieces make use of little charms that are delicate and magical. An 18K gold fairy tale charm necklace includes a fixed pave diamond star, pave moon star charm, dagger charm, medallion charm, carved garnet heart charm, and bell charm and sells for $4,375. Another look is after the jump.
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The 18k gold medallion charm bracelet with 6 medallions costs $7,500. An 18k gold bell and dagger necklace has fidget appeal. The little cowbell has a ringer with a rose cut diamond on a little chain and that actually rings. It sells for $1,650 retail. The 18k gold medallion necklace echoes the alhambra shape that appears in the applique of some of the dresses and sells for $1,200.
Each piece of Finn Jewelry is handmade in New York City using gold, diamonds and other precious stones. The rest of the Finn Jewelry collections are definitely worth checking out. The line makes traditional symbols like seahorses, stars, love knots and anchors look new again. My favorite pieces are the Gatsby earrings curving gold looped horns which terminate in diamonds, utterly classic and yet distinctive.