A NEW YORK TIMES ARTICLE ABOUT THE EMOTION BEHIND PERSONAL ORNAMENTS TRIGGERED FEELINGS ABOUT MY JEWELRY ATTACHMENTS.
With the creeping years I get increasingly attached to my jewelry. Treasured rings, bracelets and necklaces almost become my companions. I remember special occasions when I wore them, what I was thinking and feeling at the time, the jewelry tells stories.
When it comes to my absolute favorite pieces, like my vintage Alhambra, I’m so attached I live in fear of losing them. This is jewelry that I want to pass on to my children. All of which means I find this article in the New York times fascinating: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/30/fashion/jewelry-personal-stories.htmlIn Jewelry, Their jewely has become part of these people, and I understand that.
Spirited and quirky, Van Cleef’s spirited Lucky Charm is another piece that might well find its way into my family’s jewelry box.