In 1929 A song called Am I Blue? written by Harry Akst and Grant Clarke was a big hit for a blues singer named Ethel Waters. It was a time to remember! A modern mix of nostalgia we present, “Am I Blue?”
Am I Blue? Reminds us of an earlier time, when America was between the great wars and our economy was struggling, there were flappers, gangsters and G men. In 1929 A song called Am I Blue? written by Harry Akst and Grant Clarke was a big hit for a blues singer named Ethel Waters. It was a time to remember! So here is “Am I Blue?” A delicate but brazen necklace of beautiful deep blue lapis lazuli square flats and a cabochon of lapis in a pendant strung on gold wire with ridged gold plate beads shimmering blue Swarovski crystals with a lobster claw clasp. She is a beauty inspired by the culture and architecture of that time, when the Golden Gate Bridge was created, the Empire State Building had risen and Art Deco filled our theaters and buildings. “Am I Blue?” is 22 1/2 inches in approximate length with a pendant drop of 1 1/2 inches.