ericaweiner Jewelry Inspiration of the day: Drawing of the ceremonial necklace for the Maharajah of Nawanagar, 1931, London Cartier Archives @cartier 10h

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ericaweiner This new two-tone vintage diamond ring dates back to c. 1940. It is an incredibly chic piece, fashioned in warm, rosey-hued 14k yellow gold. #ewjewels 15h

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ericaweiner Get it while you can. #wcw 1d

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ericaweiner Some 1909 diamond and turquoise acrostic studs at one of our favorite stockists @olive_austin #rg 2d

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ericaweiner Check out Erica's beauty tips featured on @intothegloss Link in profile! #intothegloss 2d

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ericaweiner Total antique re-stock this past weekend at Brimfield. 2d

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ericaweiner Some new 1909 pieces mixed with some of our favorite Georgian antiques. #ewantiques #ericaweiner1909 #showmeyourrings 2d

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ericaweiner Working from home today with this guy. 3d

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ericaweiner Signet rings have been made and worn since antiquity. Deriving their name from the Latin word "signum" meaning "sign", these rings are synchronously utilitarian and decorative. This c. 1840 signet is fashioned in 14k yellow gold and was most likely used as a wax seal. The face is rust red carnelian engraved intaglio-style with the name "Jane". #ewantiques 3d

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ericaweiner The diamond motif is a hard one to resist. These days, it seems as if the symbol is everywhere, appearing in architecture, on textiles, and even joining the ever-expanding language of tattoos. It's no wonder why - the abstraction is truly universal, connoting powerful significance across numerous cultures, religions, and historical periods. #ewantiques 3d

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ericaweiner Jewelry Inspiration of the day: Georgian Miniature Eye Brooch @antiquejewellerycompany 4d

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ericaweiner Some antique favorites over at our Nolita store today. #ewantiques #showmeyourrigns 4d

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ericaweiner Jewelry inspiration of the day: Gold Wreath | Hellenistic, about 350-300 BC | From the Dardanelles, modern Turkey | Two cicadas and a bee nestle among the oak-leaves @britishmuseum #jewelryinspiration 4d

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ericaweiner The hexagonal bezel was a popular diamond setting during the Deco period. The six-sided honeycomb shape - created from perfectly equal parts - is known the represent themes such as soulful integration and perfect union. #ewantiques 5d

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ericaweiner Taking a break with our Victorian Gold Book Chain Necklace and our 1909 Archery Earring. #ewantiques #ericaweiner1909 5d

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ericaweiner Jewelry Inspiration of the day: Gold finger-ring, c. 6th-7th Century. @britishmuseum #jeweleryinspiration 5d

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ericaweiner This Retro Era ring gracefully strays from the strong square bezel and ornamented shoulders more typical of the period. Fashioned in platinum, the piece boasts a sleek, modern design. #ewantiques 6d

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ericaweiner It's spring inside our Nolita store. Pictured from the top of the ring finger to the bottom of the middle finger: 1909 Diamond Bow Ring, 1909 Turquoise and Diamond Half Eternity Band, 1909 Leonine Ring, 1909 "ADORE" Ring. #ericaweiner1909 #showmeyourrings 6d

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ericaweiner The older I get, the more I believe in (and use) alternative healing methods. Once I thought crystals were on the wacky end of the new-age spectrum, but now I'm a convert. There's ancient wisdom in crystal healing. If you don't believe it works, wear our new magic vibe crystal necklaces because it looks fantastic. You'll absorb the good vibes either way! #ewjewels 6d

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ericaweiner Why not wear all your favorite jewels for some casual reading? #tgif #ewantiques 7d

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