July 23, 2014

Aisle Style: Third Culture Jewelry Launches Wedding Collection

The new wedding collection from Third Culture Jewelry

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue—heeding the age-old chant can easily leave a bride steeped in tradition and an off-putting assortment of accessories. Thankfully, the new wedding line from Third Culture Jewelry is here to stylishly cover the bases – and then some.

Combining vintage rhinestones, mixed metals and the occasional hint of blue, the latest from this San Francisco jewelry line continues designer Kate Gray’s fondness for Art Deco shapes and the contrast that results from juxtaposing old and new. The result is an extensive array of special occasion pieces with vintage-meets-modern appeal.

“[The collection is] for brides to get something different and show their individual style,” Gray explains.

Prices range from $120 to $345 for gold chain earrings, pearl necklaces accented with vintage brooches and bracelets with 1930’s rhinestones.

This is the fourth line from Gray, whose SF Love collection features jewelry inspired by San Francisco places. She also offers one-of-a-kind pieces and, earlier this year, released a Spring/Summer 2011 collection inspired by the many places she’s called home (Spain, Israel, Russia, England, to name a few).

For the latest from Gray, you’ll find her blogging here and tweeting here.

The Patricia necklace mixes vintage brooches with silver and gunmetal chains.

A narrow line of blue bling punctuates the 1930's-era rhinestone Stephanie pendant.

The Olga earrings feature gold-filled hoops hung with blue and white rhinestones sourced from a vintage 1930's necklace.

The Nikki earrings

Designer Kate Gray of Third Culture Jewelry wears her piece inspired by Dolores Park.

Photography courtesy of Third Culture Jewelry

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