These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things From The MET

I love the MET. There's something for everyone.

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So I've broken it up into 3 sections: Jewelry, Clothes & Accessories, Home Decor, and Stationary. I hope you enjoy going through these as much as I enjoyed putting it together! Much love!


Stacked Cross Drop Earrings

These gorgeous cross drop earrings in 18K gold are decorated with a colorful enamel finish that makes them and the wearer stand out. The earrings pay homage to a beautiful silver-gilt reliquary cross that was produced in Limoges, France, around 1180. The double arms mimic the Byzantine era and form, while the colorful enamel represents the 60+ gems of colored glass on the original cross.

These are forever earrings. I love them!

Egyptian Fringe Collar Necklace

This beautifully arranged collar necklace celebrates an ancient Egyptian broad collar in The Met collection. The original necklace features 18K gold with turquoise, carnelian, and black glass beads; it is 16'' long with a 2'' extender. Back then, in the New Kingdom (ca. 1550–1070 B.C.) this type of broad collar necklace was worn among the high society of Ancient Egypt. In fact, the original broad collar necklace was gifted to one of the three wise of King Thutmose III.

I love the stories that come with these pieces. It makes them extra special!

Lilac Clematis Necklace

This cascading floral necklace is inspired by a lilac watercolor drawing done by Margaret Neilson Armstrong (American, 1867–1944). The necklace is made of 18k gold, pale blue glass, and cultured freshwater pearls. Love, love, love i