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March 15, 2012

Wilfredo Rosado Mondrian-Inspired Earrings

Broadway Boogie Woogie, the playful 1943 masterpiece by Dutch artist Piet Mondrian has always been one of my favorite paintings. Inspired by the grid plan of the New York City streets, the work's playful name comes from the '40s dance craze Boogie-Woogie. Now genius jewelry designer Wilfredo Rosado has paid homage in gold earrings set with emeralds, rubies, diamonds and sapphires. These picturesque pieces appeared on Anna Pacquin at Elton John’s Oscar viewing party where I am sure she danced the night away.

$25,000; 800-558-1855

Marion Fasel, Contributing Editor, Fine Jewelry and Watches

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