French Kande

I am a sentimental gal and love special pieces of jewelry that carry some sort of meaning.  So when I discovered a company called French Kande, whose jewelry is both beautiful and meaningful, I knew that I wanted to share their unique pieces with all of you.

To give you a little background, French Kande jewelry is inspired by authentic French Medallions from the 1960’s that the owner of the company has collected from flea markets in Paris over the last 7 years.  Each one has a different story and is handcast from the original medallion and plated in either brass or sterling silver in the French Kande studio in L.A..

The Medallion I am wearing in today’s post is a gorgeous compass medallion that was used a as promotional piece for a fine food retailer in France in the 1960’s called Sopad.  They carried everything from fine wines to chocolates (perfect for me!).

So if you are looking to own a little piece of history, or add something incredibly unique and special (not to mention stunningly beautiful!) to your jewelry collection, then I would recommend checking out French Kande!  And right now, just for All Dolled Up readers, they are offering a FREE pair of stud earring (cast from antique French buttons) with any $150 purchase.  Just enter ALL DOLLED UP in the comments at checkout!

DSC_4403DSC_4431 DSC_4422 DSC_4427 DSC_4433DSC_4406 DSC_4459 DSC_4446 DSC_4454 DSC_4425 DSC_4471 DSC_4475Medallion: French Kande c/o (enter code All Dolled Up in the comments at checkout for a free pair of stud earrings with a purchase of $150!)

Top: Express | Vest: Nordstrom (sold out), similar, similar, similar | Skinnies: AG Farrah | Other Necklace: cabi (sold out) | Sunnies: Karen Walker via Ditto | Bag: Tory Burch (sold out), same color, different shape | Booties: BCBG

Hope you are all having a fantastic week.  I know I am sure feeling happy we are one day closer to the weekend!

Thanks for stopping by!

xoxo,

Abby

 

 

 

 

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