I have been busy Pinning Valentine’s Day jewelry gift ideas. You probably saw my other post about giving a little bit of history and sentiment, all wrapped up in great design, with the Estate of Grace collection. Here are some other ideas, edited from some of my favorite jewelry designers and retailers.
Click here to see my Pinterest Valentine’s Day board, where there are many, many more options. Just make sure to do next day shipping. I don’t want you to get in any (more) trouble.
Have a Heart
For those who are literal, there are options that go beyond the sap to stylish:
Russell Larman heart, using ancient inlaid technique with found steel and aluminum, $1105 retail.
Jivita Harris-Casey Heart Necklace using recycled sterling silver on 18 inch chain, $103 retail.
Alex Woo Rose Gold Heart Cut Out Necklace, $500 retail.
Heather Moore I Love You Heart Charm, $1450 retail.
A Rose of a Different Name
Instead of a dozen stems, consider something more lasting from a romantic palette. The world looks better through these gems.
NuNu Pink Topaz Earrings, $225 retail.
Estate of Grace Pendant with Victorian ruby and diamond charm on oxidized silver chain, $875 retail.
Jemma Wynne Pink Tourmaline and Diamond Bracelet, $6200 retail.
Aurelie Bidermann Enamel Feather Pendant at Moda Operandi, $1815 retail.
Gorjana Rose Classic Wrap Bracelet, $55 retail.
Just Say Yes
In case your Valentine’s Day involves the ultimate expression of love, here are some of my favorite engagement rings lately. Gettin’ hitched has never looked so good.
Plukka Michaelina Ring in diamond and white gold, $850 retail.
Jude Francis Allison Floral Engagement Ring in white gold, available in other color metals and center diamonds, $3120 retail for setting only.
Anna Sheffield Sheaves Princess Cut Engagement Ring in Rose Gold, $2280 retail.
Who says an engagement ring has to be a diamond? Estate of Grace Antique Moonstone Ring, $1035 retail.