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Design influence
As fashion and interior design mirror each other more than ever before, jewelry follows suit. Art Nouveau-inspired and contemporary peices paired wiht fabrics sourced from Thiensville-based McNabb & Risely create a visual depiction of the growing trend.

By JEN HUNHOLZ
Photos by Matt Haas

April 2016

Clockwise from top: Antique pink teardrop necklace, McNabb & Risley, 215 N. Main St., Thiensville, (262) 242-1000, mcnabbandrisley.com; pink gemstone ring, East Towne Jewelers, 1515 W. Mequon Road, #4, Mequon, (262) 241-8007, easttownejewelers.com; vintage necklace, McNabb & Risley; pearl pendant necklace, A Trio Jewelry Design Studio, 215 1/2 N. Water St., (414) 431-7112, atriojewelry.com
Clockwise from top right: Opal and diamond earrings, Steven Paul Design, 700 Genesee St., Delafield, (262) 646-3310, stevenpauldesigns.com; draped antique necklace, mother of pearl necklace, vintage crystal bracelet, Art Nouveau trinket box, embossed French bangle, pink vintage brooch, McNabb & Risley; tourmaline and diamond drop earrings, Steven Paul Design

Clockwise from top: Edwardian antique locket, McNabb & Risley; diamond and gemstone pendant necklace and diamond slice necklace, A Trio Jewelry Design Studio; citrine earrings, East Towne Jewelers

 

 

 


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