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Mar 07, 2021

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This & That: Winter Vibes

We’re back with This & That: Winter Vibes Edition!

We’re back with This & That: Winter Vibes Edition! Wherein we ask: what kind of winter person are you? Maybe the type that likes to ice skate in Central Park, or perhaps you’re into staring at the intricacies of each snowflake stuck to your jacket, or maybe you like to curl up inside with a good book… Whatever your vibe, we’ve got you covered: find your next perfect piece in the art & jewelry pairings below, each representing a quintessential winter mood.

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Skating in Central Park, Agnes Tait (1934), Smithsonian American Art Museum

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Meredith YoungOpen Circle Necklace

Tait’s timeless image of New York City in the winter is made manifest in Meredith Young’s icy diamond necklace, echoing the glacial spires of the skyscrapers that surround Central Park’s gelid wonderland.

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Guardians of The Snow, Nicholas Roerich (1922)

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Hannah GGeometric Edges Set

Winter’s true talent is creating extraordinary shapes out of the ordinary: icy angles and snow-piled zigzags make the everyday world look like a dream land. These Hannah G. earrings,  set with frosty diamonds and sapphires, manage the same feat: they turn everyday looks into the remarklable.

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White Hare in The Moon, Snow, Taisosai Hokushu (1819)

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Kimberly DoyleLucky Rabbit Medallion

This happy hare jumping over the moon is a quintessential icon of luck and longevity. We’re happy to forego the classic rabbit’s foot charm in favor of this engravable golden medallion, which will bring just as much prosperity to the wearer.

 

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Chicago Interior, J. Theodore Johnson (1933)

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Always AledaLarge Link Chain

This Johnson painting is such a winter mood! There’s nothing better than sitting by a clanking radiator and reading a magazine while the snow hushes the world outside… except of course, to add a little shine to the picture. This Always Aleda chain provides the perfect golden warmth against your favorite winter sweater.

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January Moon, George Ault (1941)

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Kimberly DoyleBlue Moon Pendant

You can just feel it, right? The picture and the pendant conjure the same scene: inhaling a deep breath of icy air, feeling it crisp into your lungs. Snow crunching under your boots as you stand under the bright winter moon. Lapis and diamonds cast a similarly frosty spell in this stunning Kimberly Doyle pendant.

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Snowflakes, Wilson Bentley (1902)

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Julez BryantMoru Gold Square Starburst

Photographer Wilson Bentley was the first person to ever capture the individual complexities of snowflakes, describing them as “tiny miracles of beauty.” We like to think of snowflakes as one of nature’s loveliest adornments, and this Julez Bryant necklace captures the sparkling feeling of these wondrous icy stars.

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