Showcasing antique and vintage costume jewellery to the more modern. I am a geek when it comes to collecting unusual jewellery. From plastic to vintage jewellery brands and unsigned beauties.
Thursday, 3 February 2022
Yellow jewellery this February
Yellow Jewellery this February.
This year, we have decided to have each month a colour day. So February is yellow jewellery month. We are encouraging you to wear lots of jewellery coloured yellow. Either a pale yellow or just bright in your face yellow. It is, of course, your choice. Usually, February is traditionally Valentine’s Day. This year, because it is quite over commercialized, we have chosen to go with yellow costume jewellery as our theme. First of all why the colour yellow, well it is the hint of spring with daffodils and crocus emerging. Yes and this year in the UK. It has been exceptional weather with plenty of sunshine.
Finding yellow jewellery
Many shades of yellow are widely available now and in the past. It was available in yellow necklaces, brooches or yellow earrings and bracelets. But if you wish to explore the whole yellow range to wear choose mustard jewellery (Mustard seems to be the in colour this spring time) or a mix of two colours or more including yellow.
Look at our yellow jewellery collection:
Just some brilliant examples of yellow jewellery and accessories sourced in the UK. We have found a pair of yellow drop earrings, a big chunky yellow and red striped bangle below. Unique yellow necklace of vintage beads above. And a yellow cravat tie from the 50s to accessorize. Just a few of the yellow accessories we have found and much more that we have photographed and featured below.
Please visit again. We do add more jewellery we have found to each of our posts from time to time. So you will always see more beautiful jewels..
Next month is the colour? Not telling yet Therefore you will just have to visit this blog in March and see. But don’t wait till then.
Till then: More yellow jewellery below.
Large yellow and red cuff bangle in resin.
Enamelled yellow Art Deco brooch from the 1970s. A coy of the Pierre Bex jewellery but made in China.
Yellow bead necklaces in plastic.
Bone china brooches and earrings in yellow. All hand painted and from the 1960s and 1970s.
I preserve the past. Researching family and local history. Finding about mine and other people's ancestors, is just one of my passions. I also love vintage costume jewellery made here in the UK. I write about my finds and like to research.