Holiday Wishing with Fragments

I’ve been a jewelry lover ever since childhood.  My meaningful pieces are so much more than just beautiful adornments – they hold stories, and in many ways are conversations with the world around me.  The collection of earnings that adorns my daughter’s small ears evoke specific childhood memories filled with far-away relatives and celebrations. A treasured heirloom reminds me of stroking my mother’s hand in church as a little girl.  A special ring brings me back to a carefree time of living on an Island and having my husband (who was my boyfriend at the time) visit.  The charms that my husband gave me after the birth of my children are constantly around my neck because of their significance.  I believe that jewelry is often a tangible symbol of love that carries a rich history with memories attached.

Fragments Jewelry

1. Elizabeth Cole Turquoise Dagger Necklace // 2. LK Designs Neon Crystal Drop Earrings // 3. Kismet Star Hand Chain // 4. Mary Louise Designs Oxidized Horn Necklace // 5. Coralia Leets Cobalt Clover Drusy Bracelet // 6. Borgioni Budah and Lotus Chain Band // 7. Eddie Borgo Triangle Collar // 8. Dana Kellin 14K Griffon Earrings // 9. Kismet Geometric Diamond Ear Cuff // 10. Syna Amethyst Mogul Ring // 11. Mary Louise Designs Gold Triangle Mother of Pearl Bangle

With holiday wishes on the mind, I’m excited to share some of my favorite pieces from Fragments, a finely curated gallery of international fine and fashion jewelry.  The company has been recognized internationally for launching the careers of today’s most celebrated jewelry designers.  I’m lusting over so many statement pieces from ear cuffs to full finger rings and hand chains.  Have a look around at fragments.com or visit their Price Street store here in New York City – I’m sure you (or your loved one) will find an exquisite bauble that may some day carry its own legacy.

Thank you to Fragments for sponsoring this post.  As always, opinions are strictly my own.

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