The embodiment of that 1920s free spirit was the flapper. They traded in their constricting floor-length dresses and binding corsets for short stylish shifts more conducive to doing the Charleston. Free from a strict moral climate, women finally started to cast their vote, attending colleges and universities, and getting behind the wheel of automobiles.
A more modern, carefree spirit was born. Chances are if you ventured into a speakeasy on a Saturday night you’d find one of these newly independent women wearing jewelry to be noticed. Jewelry like the pieces in the Speakeasy bracelet. Here, cabochons of genuine emerald have been enhanced to maximize their lustrous verdant color before joining strands of shimmering black spinel beads.
Celebrate the fearless independence that makes a woman all the more beautiful with a piece or two from the Speakeasy Collection...because after all a girl who toasts prohibition with a glass of gin is no wallflower.