Leave them wanting more

 Buccellati Gold Maple Leaf Clip-On Earrings From Luxury Bazaar has been sold

Buccellati Gold Maple Leaf Clip-On Earrings
From Luxury Bazaar has been sold

Every autumn the leaves put on a fashion show of their own, why not join them?

Tiffany & Co.

 Tiffany & Co. Diamond Gold Maple Leaf Brooch OFFERED BY JACOB'S DIAMOND & ESTATE JEWELRY

Tiffany & Co. Diamond Gold Maple Leaf Brooch
OFFERED BY JACOB'S DIAMOND & ESTATE JEWELRY

 Tiffany & Co. Gold Leaf Brooch OFFERED BY CHAS SCHWARTZ & SON

Tiffany & Co. Gold Leaf Brooch
OFFERED BY CHAS SCHWARTZ & SON

 Tiffany & Co. old Aspen Leaf Pin OFFERED BY BETTERIDGE

Tiffany & Co. old Aspen Leaf Pin
OFFERED BY BETTERIDGE

David Webb

 David Webb Laurel Leaf Necklace Diamonds, platinum, and textured gold

David Webb Laurel Leaf Necklace Diamonds, platinum, and textured gold

 David Webb Gold, Platinum and Diamond Necklace Sold by Doyle New York

David Webb Gold, Platinum and Diamond Necklace
Sold by Doyle New York

 David Webb 18k Gold Double Leaf Drop Earclips Available from Betteridge

David Webb 18k Gold Double Leaf Drop Earclips
Available from Betteridge

JAR

 JAR Fig Leaf Earrings from David Precious Gems has been sold.

JAR Fig Leaf Earrings
from David Precious Gems has been sold.

 A PAIR OF MOSS AGATE AND GOLD EAR PENDANTS, BY JAR Sold by Christies

A PAIR OF MOSS AGATE AND GOLD EAR PENDANTS, BY JAR Sold by Christies

 PAIR OF GILT METAL 'GERANIUM ' EARCLIPS, JAR, PARIS

PAIR OF GILT METAL 'GERANIUM ' EARCLIPS, JAR, PARIS

Seaman Schepps

 Seaman Schepps Citrine & Diamond Vine Leaf Bracelet Sold by Betterridge

Seaman Schepps Citrine & Diamond Vine Leaf Bracelet
Sold by Betterridge

 Rosewood with Citrine and Pearl Leaf Brooches and Earrings By Seaman Schepps

Rosewood with Citrine and Pearl Leaf Brooches and Earrings
By Seaman Schepps

 SEAMAN SCHEPPS Citrine & Pearl Cluster Earrings with Diamond   Sold by Betteridge

SEAMAN SCHEPPS Citrine & Pearl Cluster Earrings with Diamond  
Sold by Betteridge

Buccellati

Bucellati, with their Roman roots, in my opinion, are the masters of leaf jewelry. Realistic, yet fashionable they have wonderful choices for brightening up any fall day. 

 Buccellati Acorn and Leaf Bracelet OFFERED BY ALICE KWARTLER ANTIQUES

Buccellati Acorn and Leaf Bracelet
OFFERED BY ALICE KWARTLER ANTIQUES

 Buccellati Gold Maple Leaf Clip-On Earrings From Luxury Bazaar has been sold.

Buccellati Gold Maple Leaf Clip-On Earrings
From Luxury Bazaar has been sold.

 Buccellati Mexican Opal Gold Leaf Brooch OFFERED BY LANG ANTIQUES

Buccellati Mexican Opal Gold Leaf Brooch
OFFERED BY LANG ANTIQUES

 Buccellati Gold Cuff Bracelet OFFERED BY ALICE KWARTLER ANTIQUES

Buccellati Gold Cuff Bracelet
OFFERED BY ALICE KWARTLER ANTIQUES

The Ancient World: wreaths of gold

 irca 2nd century BCE - 2nd century CE, Central Asia Courtesy of  The Curators Eye

irca 2nd century BCE - 2nd century CE, Central Asia Courtesy of The Curators Eye

 Golden oak wreath  from the Dardanelles  Fourth century BC

Golden oak wreath  from the Dardanelles  Fourth century BC

Wreaths worn as a crown are among the more recognizable symbols of ancient Greek and Roman civilizations. Awarded for various accomplishments, or simply as symbols of status and rank, wreaths might be made from the leaves of such plants as olive, ivy, oak, myrtle or laurel.

 Meda’s wreath from the tomb of Philip II Gold, some 80 leaves and 112 flowers surviving, c. 310 BC

Meda’s wreath from the tomb of Philip II Gold, some 80 leaves and 112 flowers surviving, c. 310 BC

Wreaths of mixed foliage, particularly fashioned in precious metal, are also believed to have been made as funerary objects or as offerings at temples. (An example can be found in the museum at the Roman baths in Bath, England)

The conquests of Alexander the Great, and the later expansion of the Roman Empire resulted in the appearance of such items far beyond the boundaries of modern Greece and Italy. The Asian wreath depicted above is was reportedly recovered in modern day China, yet it bears a remarkable similarity to those of ancient Rome and Greece. This may be due to the fact that China is a region which saw tremendous cross-cultural contact exchange due to the trade routes of the famed Silk Road.