Old Europe experienced the Renaissance in just about every aspect of living. This cultural rebirth, which spanned from the 14th
to the 17th
century influenced the sciences, arts, education and even politics. In modern America, the same change came following the Great Depression. It was a period marked by a new view of romance and architectural feats. A time when New York's skyline was at its infancy, it was when Art Deco architecture blossomed, signifying luxury, glamor and technology. Top jeweler A. Jaffe
takes us back in time with its A. Jaffe
Art Deco (1931-1960) collection. Taking inspiration from the architectural designs of the time, these line of rings features sculptured diamonds at their finest. It's a befitting tribute to the American Renaissance.
Learn more about the collection at Schwarzschild's at Alverser Drive.