ericaweiner Our London jewels are being added, slowly but surely, to the website. This c. 1820 ring features a .07ct square cut emerald surrounded by a double halo of diamonds. $1500, size 7.5 3h

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ericaweiner #tbt to when all of these bracelets were in our collection. @issuesshop still has a few! 8h

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ericaweiner Baby's first #instasale ! Today only, our Victorian inspired baby ring necklaces are 50% off. Use code instainsider50 online and in stores! 9h

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ericaweiner Regram from @metmuseum: After Sir John Everett Millais (British, 1829-1896). Ophelia, March 1, 1866. #metmuseum 1d

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ericaweiner New pretties from London in our Brooklyn store window. 1d

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ericaweiner The "daisy" cluster ring shape is an enduring favorite in our shops. On this English c. 1910 ring, eight .03ct rubies surround a .08ct old mine cut diamond. Size 8.5, $900. 1d

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ericaweiner #regram ewj #armparty thanks for the pic @youngbloodboutique 1d

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ericaweiner Prince Albert gave Queen Victoria a serpent ring for their engagement, sparking a craze for snake jewelry that would last the entirety of her 60-year reign. A symbol of eternal love throughout the Georgian and Victorian eras, the snake experienced a second (and less sentimental) wave of popularity during the Art Deco period in the form of Egyptian Revival jewelry. This c. 1930 sterling silver snake necklace is studded with sparkly marcasite and the eyes are set with green glass cabochons. $525. 2d

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ericaweiner Regram of a fan pic by @fionaflaherty. Our Shape Studs are selling like crazy this summer. 2d

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ericaweiner This c.1800 ring is stamped with a simple leaf pattern. The band measures a 9mm width and is a size 8.5 2d

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ericaweiner This retractable pencil pendant was probably intended for a chatelaine, which is a now-obsolete keychain-like accessory that Victorian women would attach to their dresses, belts, or necklaces to keep everyday objects at the ready. It still has some of its original lead. $375. 3d
  •   theconversant @white_shades reminds me of that awesome necklace you got me! Keep meaning to get a new chain for it... 3d
  •   karenkitten Chatelaines are so neat! There's so many different gadgets that they had, all depending on the person's interests. @ericaweiner were they attached to chains because pockets weren't invented yet? I'm quite curious to know! 3d

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ericaweiner A magical bridal crown, rebuilt from a 19th c. German tiara. For my one and only sister @emilyweiner. 3d

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ericaweiner Current wall of inspo. 3d

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ericaweiner Regram from @tarynmanning. My fave Goldie iteration. 3d

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ericaweiner Get it while you can, Weinerettes. Sale ends Sunday night. 5d

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ericaweiner Our new George Washington Necklace is smokin'. $95. 5d

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ericaweiner #tbt - In 2002, I had no idea what my career path would be. But goddamn it, I was going to have a business card. #fakeittillyoumakeit 1w
  •   littlepancakes If my business is half as big as yours one day I'll be ecstatic. Major hustling needed to get there! 1w
  •   owool Knit designer - I didn't know that! Cool! 1w
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ericaweiner Mourning jewelry, such as this brooch, was a popular way to commemorate the passing of a loved one in the nineteenth century. This c.1800 brooch features a panel of plaited human hair under glass. $345 1w

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ericaweiner Our best-selling Isosceles Opal Earrings now come in multi-hued "black". $50. 1w

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ericaweiner The discovery of Tutankhamun's nearly intact tomb in 1922 created a worldwide media sensation. The "Egyptian Revival" period that followed spanned the 1920s and most of the 30s, and fed the craze for decorative objects and personal ornamentation inspired by Ancient Egypt. This bracelet measures 6.5" long. $525. 1w

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