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Royal Match: One Kings Lane Gets Into The Jewelry Business

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    There you are, sitting atop your one-of-a-kind, midcentury safari chair, gazing up at an industrial-chic John Mazur chandelier, when all of a sudden a thought hits you: Why don't I have such unique jewelry to match my furniture? Okay, so maybe it's an IKEA Ektorp sofa in your living room and a stock "boob" lamp on your ceiling, but being the style-savvy readers you are, we know vintage and designer jewelry — at a discount — is more your speed.

    Luckily, flash-sales site One Kings Lane, purveyor of all things vintage and beautifully curated home decor, has just officially launched its jewelry category. Expect pieces just as tasteful and designers just as talented as the decor offerings the site has built its brand on. Considering the success of OKL's recent Rolex and Chanel jewelry sales, the expansion comes as no surprise...but is still definitely worth your perusal. Flip through the slideshow to see its latest handmade, locally sourced jewelry sale, courtesy of designer Ashley Pittman.

    Because, while you may not be a king without $3,000 Louis XVI-style chairs, queen of the arm party is a title you can claim for a fraction of the cost.


    Photo: Courtesy of One Kings Lane.

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