Friday, 12 December 2014

Art Deco Glamour from Ungar and Ungar Jewellery

I love the Art Deco period, the era of the Great Gatsby, Parisian style, ornate decorative motifs, symmetrical patterns and geometric detailing.

So when I find a jeweller that makes jewellery in this style, I just know their pieces will be unique and beautiful.



1920s girl credit Luliboo Flickr cc license

A feeling of beauty, femininity and a time gone by, is the essence of Ungar and Ungar jewellery. A husband and wife team design the stunning fine jewellery and a team of artisan jewellery makers hand craft each precious piece. Time, and effort go into each design, the choosing of each stone, picked for perfection and the making of each piece.

I think the jewellery here is the star so I will talk no more just show you my favourites from their recent collections.


The Kaleidoscope ring £2950

This unusual ring is studded with beautiful vibrant stones of all colours. A real stand out piece, you can bet no one you know will have anything like this precious ring. I love the asymmetrical nature of the ring, the fine edge detailing and the jewel colours. A ring to be worn when you want to be noticed.



White and yellow gold earrings £1950, necklace £1390

This white gold necklace and earring set, made with yellow gold detailing, sparkles in the light and will make you look a million dollars. I can imagine this being worn on the red carpet by a film star at an awards ceremony. The contrast in the colour of the precious metals, is something you do not see very often.
Sapphire and diamond ring with jewelled shoulders £3300

This sapphire ring set in white gold, has a vivid blue colour to the round centre stone. The ornate diamond clad setting with brilliant cut, and baguette diamonds, makes the detailed shank the perfect foil for the vibrant stone. In days gone by I can imagine this ring being the sort to be worn at a grand event, perhaps a party in high society.




White gold and diamond leaf necklace £3570, earrings £5600

This white gold and diamond necklace and earring set, in a leaf design are both incredibly pretty. The earrings move and sway as you walk, catching the light. To be worn with your best cocktail dress, the highest cute heels and the classiest bag, this jewellery ensures you will turn heads in the crowd.

If you want classic glamour and old world style combined with expert craftsmanship then look for Ungar and Ungar jewellery at your local independent jeweller.

Tell me, what item do you love the most? Do you love the Art Deco era as much as me?

* a sponsored post, all words and opinions are my own
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26 comments

  1. Wow that ring with all the different coloured stones is gorgeous! Love the saphire one too.

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  2. I agree with Globalmouse! The ring is gorgeous, right up my street!

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  3. Love that kaleidescope ring - not sure I can afford it tho!

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    1. It certainly is a ring you can treasure forever.

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  4. Me too, the kaleidoscope ring is definitely my favourite.

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    1. I think we will all have to fight over it.

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  5. Oh I wish I have the income for something like this. I am afraid I am a champagne girl on a larger income!

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    1. Do you mean you are a champagne girl on a tiny income :) ?

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  6. Oh wow! The kaleidoscope ring looks stunning! but it also has a stunning price tag :-(

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    1. I guess you do pay that for quality jewellery, and it's certainly a piece you can treasure forever.

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  7. That ring is gorgeous - more than I'd spend on something but gorgeous ;-)

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  8. I love that top ring, really stands out - art deco style really is the best x

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  9. Oh my, just stunning. I wonder if they would take my husband in exchange for the ring? ;-)

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  10. What beautiful pieces - so classy! I do love the art deco period, just like you.

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    1. It is such a beautiful period of history.

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  11. Oh wow, they are simply stunning

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  12. love the multi stoned ring! so pretty! x

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  13. The kaleidoscope ring is beautiful and bright! Some lovely pieces here! :)

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