Tag Archives: Art Deco

Mr Wolf & the Triangles

I am partial to a bit of Art Deco and this Art Deco inspired necklace by Rebecca Boatfield is no exception.

Gold Mirrored Triangle Necklace - Rebecca Boatfield

The unusual shape of it, the gold mirrored perspex and the etched triangles all make it really special but it’s still affordable at £60. There is also a beautiful cherry wood version at £65.

Cherry Wood Triangle Necklace - Rebecca Boatfield

Rebecca also does this Mr Wolf necklace at £48 and a mirrored brooch version of the same design.

Mr Wolf Necklace - Rebecca Boatfield

Which would you get?

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Art Deco Aspirations

Art Deco is probably my favourite design era, our wedding had a very loose (dare I say it?) theme and since then I’ve been hankering after Art Deco in other ways.

This necklace/collar from Etsy shop Amorous Cat’s Attic was on my Christmas list; I thought it would Art Deco-up a few plain tops.

Or this wonderful ring made from Art Deco watch parts from Noble Studios Ltd?

Noble Studios Ltd Steampunk Ring

These Art Deco style printable playing card designs from Memories Emporium are fabulous, I’m not sure what I would use them for but maybe the artier among you can think of something?

Art Deco Printable Playing Cards

This antique monocle necklace started life in the late 1800s as an optical lens but Renee Loughlin Designs has given it an Art Deco twist with chevrons. Not sure my deepened frown lines would be worth it after an evening clasping this to my eye so maybe best for decoration. Delivery is very good value from the US.

Antique Monocle Necklace

I adore this Art Deco door knob that Kim Ladd has turned into a wine bottle stopper.

Art Deco Door Knob Wine Stopper

Always forgetting the recipes of those cocktail classics? Ugly cushion covers? Solve both problems simultaneously with these Classic Cocktails Pillow Covers. Choose from Margarita, Manhattan, Gin Sling, Whiskey Sour or Daiquiri or all five.

Cocktail Classics Cushion Covers

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