We’ve got some great recommendations for your Saturday night.
Raden recounts history in terms of famous gems and jewelry and their impact. It is fascinating to hear how much culture is informed and impacted by jewelry.
Written by the great-granddaughter of Jacques Cartier, one of the three brothers who founded the iconic design house, dive deep into the Cartier family and company history.
This beautiful book has wonderful photography showing detail and overview of our favorite female jewelry designers. As an all-female department, we love to focus on the fabulous work of often underappreciated visionaries.
Who doesn’t want to learn more about the Queen’s personal jewelry collection and the history behind royal gift-giving?
We loved learning about how Albright used her brooches to communicate messages and the personal stories behind her collection.
These books couple gorgeous photography with information on the important colored stones’ history, mining and formation as well as their use in jewelry and care.
A chronological telling of jewelry in cinema from silent movies through Elizabeth Taylor, focusing on specific actresses, pieces of jewelry and films (also a great place to start for your jewelry movie watch list!)