Located in the historic Pike Place Market, Isadora’s has specialized in exquisite antique jewelry for 38 years. Our discriminating collection includes pieces from the early 1800’s through the 1950’s, without a reproduction to be found. Our precious pieces are sent to North American Gem Lab for independent appraisals. We invite you to call our toll free number for applicable discounts. On many of our pieces, we are able to offer between 10-25% off of appraisal value.

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Bringing the Charm

We all have that piece- you know! That lucky necklace or ring, the one you can't travel without, or the one your grandma loved that is now yours.  

1910 Hermes charm

We retain certain icons that emerge timelessly; the shamrock, cross, a great variety of animals, the eye, hands and stars are prime examples of how we translate symbolism and luck through our precious objects.

1960s emerald ring

Personally, I won't travel without my charm necklace; it is a bunch of lucky things- A 1920s St. Christopher pendant, my baby rings, Austrian madonna charms, an eye, a miro-mosaic with a star of David hidden in it, and a fish. 

Deco horseshoe necklace

The greatest thing about a good luck charm is it can be whatever you want it to be! If you visit Isadoras, be sure to ask us what the store's lucky charm is and we will show you!

Victorian good luck claw brooch

So, in celebration of St. Patricks day here is some luck to call your own! 

Edwardian star ring

xoxo -Gemma

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