Topazery Jewelry Now Indulging the Antique Jewelry Industry's and Hollywood's
Art Deco Demands
Hollywood is echoing this summer's New York Antique
Jewelry & Watch Show trend toward Art Deco jewelry pieces. In response,
antique jewelry boutique Topazery is now putting its collection of Art Deco
engagement rings, bracelets, crosses and earrings in the spotlight to cater
to those trendsetting demands.
GA December 27, 2012 - Following this past summer's New York Antique Jewelry
& Watch Show, Topazery Jewelry has shifted its antique jewelry inventory to
prominently showcase the Art Deco trends that emerged from the exhibition.
In the process, the online antique jewelry boutique has noted that the Art
Deco trend is spilling over into Hollywood, where celebrities are also
embracing 1920s era jewelry pieces.
When the 6th Annual New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show wrapped up in late
July, a few clear trends had emerged, with one of the top ones being Art
Deco jewelry. A press release issued by the show declared, "Also featured
this year were items ranging from all categories of jewelry such as cameos,
tennis bracelets, rings, decorative necklaces, brooches, gemstones and
pendants from various time periods including the Renaissance to Art Deco
In its coverage of the show, Antiques and the Arts Online prominently
featured exhibitors showcasing Art Deco rings and other antique jewelry
pieces, all of which "garnered much attention." That interest has been
inundating Hollywood as well. When Justin Timberlake popped the question of
his longtime celebrity girlfriend Jessica Biel, for example, he did so with
a self-designed diamond engagement ring in the Art Deco style. That choice
obviously wowed for she said yes and the former Miss Biel is now a Mrs.
Timberlake. When fashion stylist to the stars Rachel Zoe recently unveiled
her new jewelry collection, it too was full of Art Deco statement pieces.
back to the 1920s, "Art Deco jewelry complimented the flamboyant and playful
attitude of the day," Topazery spokesperson Jan Walden explains. Fed up with
the constraints being placed on them by society and the Great Depression,
women started to break the mold. Walden speculates that the current
recession may be fueling the resurgence in Art Deco jewelry.
"Forced into a self-imposed non-spending mode for too long, I think women
are ready to start buying bling again," she says. "The dazzling jewelry
being produced during the Art Deco era featured bold, bright colors and
straight lines that sharply contrasted with the jewelry of the previous
restrictive periods women were yearning to leave behind."
Antique jewelry boutique Topazery.com is now carrying over two dozen Art
Deco rings, bracelets, crosses and earrings to help today's women do the
same thing. Among them is an old European cut diamond engagement ring with a
square top plate in the same vein as Jessica Biel's custom engagement ring.
For more information on how to break away from the recession's constraints
with a piece of antique jewelry that is new again, contact Jan Walden at
(678) 528-8901. To browse Topazery Jewelry's full line of Art Deco rings,
bracelets, earrings and crosses, visit the company online at
Topazery Jewelry Promotes New Year's
Resolution that will Last beyond February: Antique Jewelry
Why spend hard-earned cash on a New Year’s resolution
that won’t make it to spring, let alone 2014? Antique jewelry boutique
Topazery promotes buying a long-lasting piece of antique jewelry instead for
enduring happiness and enjoyment.
Atlanta, GA January 01, 2013 - With the average New Year's resolution being
kept less than 60 days, antique jewelry boutique Topazery has a piece of
advice for would-be resolvers as 2013 quickly approaches: Don't waste your
hard-earned money on a New Year's resolution that won't make it through the
winter. Buy an antique ring, necklace, pin, brooch, bracelet or pair of
earrings instead. Not only will such a New Year's purchase last for decades,
but it will also still be in style as time goes by. The same can't be said
for that well-intentioned treadmill that winds up gathering dust in the
According to a survey conducted by the time management firm FranklinCovey in
late 2007, a full one in three resolvers will break their promise to
themselves before the calendar even hits February. What’s more, 80% of New
Year’s Eve vows will eventually go on to be broken, giving them a worse
track record than American marriages. In fact, another study conducted by
British psychologist Richard Wiseman found that a whopping 88% of those who
set New Year’s resolutions ultimately fail at them.
Despite this sky-high un-success rate, come December 31, people continue to
vow to lose weight, exercise more, eat better, etc. And to assist them in
their goals, they shell out big bucks for products like pre-packaged
weight-loss meals, exercise equipment, gym memberships, and the list goes
on. By February, however, more likely than not, they are right back to doing
what they used to do, with all that money sucked down the drain, never to be
By putting that cash to better use on something that will not only make it
through the winter but actually endure for years and years to come, New
Year's resolvers can benefit from something money just can't buy: lasting
enjoyment and happiness. And an antique jewelry piece from Topazery.com can
provide them with both intangibles.
"Most of the antique jewelry pieces we carry have been around for decades
and are still in style," explains Topazery Jewelry spokesperson Jan Walden.
"That they have so well stood the test of time is a testament to their
design and craftsmanship. It's also a reflection that they'll be around for
many more years to come, long after most New Year's resolutions are
For more information on how to invest in a timeless piece of antique jewelry
this New Years, contact Jan Walden at (678) 528-8901. To browse Topazery
Jewelry's full line of antique rings, bracelets, earrings, pins and
brooches, visit the company online at