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Save for on-trend ear cuffs and, well, anything spiked, jewelry doesn’t exactly go out of style in six-month cycles like the newest It bag or this season’s must-have steppers. Unfortunately, that means we could very well throw on the same jewels day in and day out, so it’s easy for our jewelry box to feel a little tired.
But, because we’re forever on a quest to keep you armed with timeless-yet-fresh baubles, we handpicked a dozen vintage-inspired gems that’ll make accessorizing a no-brainer. From a dazzling sapphire-and-gold bangle from the ‘50s to an etched stacking ring with an antique vibe, click through for a dozen throwback pieces you’ll rock for years to come.
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