So I’m confused. A partridge in a pear tree?
That’s a gift?
Do you know what my quote-unquote True Love would get if he thought that giving me some louse-ridden bird was a good idea? Well, I’m a lady so I won’t say, but they’re blue and they’re two of them.
Of course, you could always go traditional, with a partridge in a pear tree brooch.
and yet somehow this doesn’t seem “partridge in a pear tree” as much as it does “leprous grackle in an eggplant tree” but hey, who am I to argue? Personally I think I’d like this bar pinjust a bit better, lack of eggplant tree notwithstanding.
If you still wanted to be literal with the pear theme –and I do love figural jewelry– I’d go for this fantastic and fun little swag necklace with pear drops. This is not Serious Jewelry, it’s fun, light, but I bet you’d wear it all the time. It’d be perfect in the winter when you don’t want to do Obvious Seasonal Jewelry. Plus how cute with a little boatneck top for a picnic in the spring?
(you’ll die when you find out how inexpensive it is. Seriously, I’ve paid more for a cup of floofy coffee. PLUS it comes with an extender chain. Sweet.)
I also find these charming, though a bit more on the serious side. As we’ve previously established. If you don’t wear big earrings but feel the need to move to something just a little more glamorous than the classic-but-boring little studs, these perfectly-sized diamond and citrine earrings would be a fantastic choice.
How Grace Kelly are these?
There’s just something so timeless about this style, every woman should have something like these in her collection. I would put these more in the category of costume than fine jewelry, although technically the stones are “natural.”