Moderation In All Things...Including Moderation
Hello!I'm enjoying reading your posts. We met a few weeks ago in Rosslyn and I'm glad I finally made it to your site. I am ambivalent about the reject necklaces. Some of them look okay on some women, but I think that for the most part they are poorly constructed. The discerning eye is not distracted (though its retina may be burned) by cheap clutter. We've seen the ragtag popularized before, but it is rarely done well. It is wise to take a stand - with the rising prices of gold and silver, we are likely to continue to see the focus on costume jewelry, and it, like many things, is going downhill. I've seen reject neclaces that had plastic gems ( when glass, for a little more, would have been much nicer). For me, it was one of those "nice idea, poor execution" moments. Thanks for the information about the VCA exhibit at Cooper Hewitt. Hopefully the exhibit is still open, and I can get to see it. With so many buses going to New York from DC daily, there's no excuse not to see this exhibit. Keep crusading for quality! Warmly,Alison
Hi Alison- thanks for the note. Amen to all of what you said- if we buy crap, the market will respond by producing more crap. Better to save or be an educated shopper and get quality.
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