Packed with substantial pieces and superstylish photos, Shelly Branch’s Particulieres (@particulieres.nyc) is a vintage (and gold!) jewelry lover’s dream. Think hefty chains, chunky cabochons, and sculptural designs from the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s, described with an expert’s eye and staged to gilded perfection.
“A most stylish slab”: a 1970s textured 18k gold and lapis pendant sourced from Paris (sold)
For the fidgety jewelry lovers among us: an abacus-style 18k gold ring with movable diamonds (sold)
A 1970s asymmetric aquamarine and brushed gold Haroldo Burle Marx collar (sold)
The sinuous Sevillana cuff—with a rare oversize black jade center—by Elsa Peretti for Tiffany (sold)
Branch posted this anchor-link bracelet—“a symbol of chains that were undone”—on Juneteenth (sold).
A kinetic ’80s ring by British designer Garrard with spinning diamond and blue ceramic cylinders (sold)