i am infinitely fascinated by the pieces in the lulu frost jewelry line. if i had oprah money, i can assure you i would own every single plaza hotel number replica necklace, antique victorian pocket watch necklace, 100 year charm necklace, and steel cuff bracelet in her collection. she incorporates vintage jewels, chains & objects into her work creating unique masterpieces you will treasure. many of her keyhole pieces pictured below are currently on sale at saks.com!

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Lulu Frost Antique Keyhole Bracelet $360.00 Sale $215.90 ; Lulu Frost Textured Keyhole Necklace $360.00 Sale $215.90; Lulu Frost Textured Brass Keyhole Bracelet $320.00 Sale $191.90 ; all @ saks.com
bottom: Lulu Frost Antique Key Charm $320.00 Sale $191.90 ; Lulu Frost Antique Key Bracelet $300.00 Sale $179.90 ; Lulu FrostV ictorian Button Earrings $320.00 Sale $191.90 ; all available @ saks.com

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9 Comments on treasures from lulu frost

  1. Anonymous
    February 25, 2007 at 8:06 am (11 years ago)

    any fleamarket or thrift shop savy person ,can make any of this for about5 TO 7 dollars per style, this is a very sad copier of a real designer TOM BINNS

  2. platinum blonde
    February 25, 2007 at 2:30 pm (11 years ago)

    a ton of her pieces are one of a kind and have intricate detail. i think she is very talented, please visit her website to see more of her work and I think you’ll agree with me.

  3. Anonymous
    February 25, 2007 at 3:47 pm (11 years ago)

    AFTER SEEING THE WEB SITE,I AM A BIGGER FAN OF TOM BINNS ,THERE IS NO DESIGN AND NO VALUE WHATSOEVER,THERE IS NO INTRICATE DETAIL AND NO TALENT. AGAIN A SAD COPIEST OF TOM BINNS AND AN INSULT TO HIS GENRE OF JEWLERY

  4. Anonymous
    February 25, 2007 at 3:50 pm (11 years ago)

    It just *looks* as if you could make it for “5 – 7 dollars per style.” This is not the case: Lulu Frost is using some exceptional vintage pieces and chains in her collections. If you go to Home Depot for the door numbers to copy her work, the numbers are too large, too shiney, not as beautiful as the vintage Plaza door numbers she is using. She also uses 14k gold chain. I don’t even know where to get chain that looks like hers, although if I had the money to haunt real flea markets, I might, (“might” being the key word,) locate some similar chain or door numbers. I would then have to go find some ivory and taupe pearls. For crying out loud, by the time one is done locating all that, it just as easy to buy a real piece of collectable jewelry for the $250!
    While Tom Binns is an apt designer to compare LuLu Frost with, one could also mention Chanel. Nothing is new except certain interpretations and contexts. (And even Binns mentions a reaction to Dada.) LF is reflecting a larger design wave for nostalgia that swept through the late ninties and early 2000’s. It was evident in “Shabby Chic” home furnishing in the ninties and in scrapbooking from companies like 7Gypsies.
    I agree with Platinum Blonde: If I had Oprah money I’d grab one of each.

  5. Anonymous
    February 25, 2007 at 8:07 pm (11 years ago)

    this is an INSULT to TOM BINNS and to compare this garbage to CHANEL is a total travesty

  6. platinum blonde
    February 25, 2007 at 8:25 pm (11 years ago)

    Tom Binns is an extremely talented designer, and I admire his work. You are certainly entitled to your opinion about Lulu Frost, and I thank you for visiting. If you have the time, resources, and a bit of luck I’m sure you can source vintage chains, jewels and such, but i certainly don’t, and I know few people who can. I know even fewer people who could pull it together so beautifully. I own pieces from Tom Binns & Lulu Frost and I count them both among my favorites. I don’t believe her work to be an insult to the work of Tom Binns even from a comparitive stand point, but we can agree to disaggree.

  7. Anonymous
    February 26, 2007 at 3:07 am (11 years ago)

    Excuse me! No wonder their getting rid of this at Saks, its should be free..look at this stuff.If my boyfriend knew i spent his money on this, God only knows what would happen to me,if you know what i mean.
    Illissa.

  8. Anonymous
    February 26, 2007 at 11:17 pm (11 years ago)

    THANK YOU ILLISSA,YOU HAVE GOOD TASTE AND OBVIOUSLY KNOW QUALITY TOMS FAN

  9. Anonymous
    March 9, 2007 at 4:14 am (11 years ago)

    Just so you all know…The numbers from the Lulu Frost vintage “Plaza Hotel” number necklaces are actual vintage door numbers from the Plaza Hotel from around 1907, so they cannot be replicated with stuff found at a fleamarket!!!