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Over the last few weeks I have been scouring the latest fashion reports on the trends and planned forecasts for the coming year, which colours are hot, what’s in and out and the predicted styles that will have everyone looking.
But for some reason I always end up with an unanswered question about who actually makes these decisions? Do they use survey groups? Or are the words from the late but brilliant Steve Job’s still ringing in the industry “you don’t ask them you just tell them”.
Even with my skepticism I do honestly feel that the predicted forecast for the jewellery trade is correct. There has been a move away from the traditional solitaire stone diamond ring to more elaborate designs.
Vintage and Art Deco is back. “Renaissance 2012”, as I would like to call it seems to be high in demand and beautifully endorsed by the forthcoming celebration of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
But let’s not panic, this of course does not mean you will be scouring antique shops, markets or even the famous Brighton Lanes to find that all important ring, it’s about finding the right bespoke jeweller who is able to work with you in creating a stylish look covering the 1930s to 50’s period infused with a modern feel.
One of the options I love when asked about this period is that no matter what your looking for, the design concepts are endless, remember this was an era of choice, variety and style.
Being part of “renaissance 2012” opens doors to the imagination and allows both you and the designer to be so creative in the design, and of course let’s not forget that all important budget to suit.
Over the coming weeks I will unravel the wonders and differences Vintage and Art Deco rings had to offer then and now.
However, if you can’t wait and would like to find out more, maybe start a design or simple a chat then please feel free to get in touch and let’s talk Renaissance 2012.