Who knew math could be so romantic? The designers of the Art Deco period, that’s who. In the 1920s they embraced new looks built on the joys of geometry and the inherent pleasures of repeating patterns. The Art Deco period produced bigger and bolder styles and changed the worlds of fashion, architecture and jewelry forever. Timid motifs were out, unapologetically impressive shapes were in. Gemstones, suddenly placed in dramatic settings were the big winners.
The Heyday Bracelet is more than just a tribute to the delights of Art Deco; it’s a modern example of why this style was and is so beloved. The stones generating all this sparkle are ingeniously and scientifically-created to rival the color and fire of mined diamonds and emeralds. The Ultimate Diamond Alternative™, DiamondAura® delivers mined precious gemstone beauty without the mined precious gemstone price. Set in gleaming .925 sterling silver, this Art Deco infused piece is truly a masterpiece.
The mathematical majesty of the Heyday Bracelet is not limited to geometry. In fact, the best angle here is the price. A bracelet with this much fire, in a vintage Art Deco motif setting, would command a price beyond reach for most. But our mission is to make luxury looks available at realistic prices, and so we pulled a mathematical miracle. A grand romantic gesture has never looked so big while costing so little.