Diamonds may be a girl’s best friend, but sapphires and emeralds are pretty high on the list too! In the 1920s, no self-respecting flapper would be caught dead doing the Charleston at the Cotton Club without some fabulous jewelry, whether real or fake. The selection of miniature rings, bracelets, and baubles were designed and created for the Art Deco Jewelry Store by artist Lori Ann Potts.
Much of Potts’s portfolio is inspired by vintage fashion and jewelry. In fact, she often uses antique fabrics, lace, and rhinestones in her work. Her contributions to the Art Deco Jewelry Store really hit all the right style notes! Check back here on Small Talk for more on the room’s finishing touches.