Roughing up the meaning of fine jewelry by nina thomas

There’s fashion jewelry and then there’s fine jewelry, but where do you draw the line? Does “fine” always mean precious gems and gold, both perfect and glitzy? I think not.

I would much rather pay the price to own a rough hewn, edgy piece made of pure, organic materials– an objet d’art with more soul and less bling.

Take Jill Evans Petzall’s Large White Baroque Pearls. I sure would… anytime.

Swinging wide of the classic strand, Jill’s creation shows us the beauty of imperfection: lovely asymmetrical pearls set off-center with 24 karat beads, disks, and stylized clasp. Refined, yet free-flowingly natural.

Jill is a gem of a jewelry designer. Take a look and experience her collection.


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