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Newsletters and Emails

We have published an email and/or newsletter since 2020 on a regular basis. We have added interesting articles as well, so it may be worth while your perusal of them... More

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The Minimalist Jewelry Corner

The Minimalist Jewelry Corner

Introducing “The Minimalist Jewelry Corner” by Cynthia Dillon… A Collection of “mini” bracelets, earrings, pendants, rings … to be featured on our website… www.diolundesigns.com “From 1800 – 1850, “a transcendentalist philosophy took hold in America and is popularized by the likes of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau. They held the idealistic view that insight and enlightenment can be gained through solitude and simplicity, such as illustrated in the book Walden. While not expressly stated as minimalism at this time, this new approach to simplicity is something that we would continue to see evolve for years to come…” More  

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2021 in Review…

2021 in Review…

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness….” it was 2021…another year of Covid. But as “all things must pass…” let us hope 2022 brings Joy and Health to all… in “pursuit of Happiness!”

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Jewelry Rhapsody in Blue and Green

Jewelry Palm Beach Shawls

Jewelry Rhapsody in Blue and Green

The Season is ... upon us… At Jennifer Garrigues, Inc., in Palm Beach, my jewelry sparkled and looked wonderfully beautiful. Against the case’s blue and green fabric, the sterling silver jewelry comes alive! Hope you visit this beautiful store in the heart of the island of Palm Beach….

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Wearable Art

Elsa Peretti Picasso Wearable art

Wearable Art

  On my Facebook wall there appeared an advertisemnet to a Bonham’s auction on “Wearable Art” for October 12th, 2021. The catalogue is extremely impressive with pieces from Picasso to Peretti. On the latter’s creations, (Elsa Peretti) I happen to know quite a bit having worked with her for nine years and having known almost all of her collaborators -especially during her productive years. And I know how the early pieces came about… She had, what was once an American Institution behind her, … a win-win-win situation!  https://cynthiadillon.com/wearable-art/

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