Posted Wednesday, Sep. 04, 2013
Kendra Scott’s “Elle” earrings incorporate an irregular shape and gold-tone edging to take mother-of-pearl to another level. $52, Lawrence’s.
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Turn-of-the-century Vaseline glass inspires this showstopping clear crystal Milky Way brass tassel-drop pendant from Lulu Frost. $360, by special order at Lane-Knight.
Los Angeles-based jewelery designer Sonia Boyajian combines gold and pearl finishes to create the chic Pearlblossom pendant necklace. $178, Anthropologie.
This Jardin de Papillon statement bracelet from Alexis Bittar’s Elements Collection showcases polished quartz set in edgy gunmetal-tone ruthenium. $395, Nordstrom.
In this custom piece by Manhattan-based Castro NYC, the sapphire-studded Tahitian pearl actually spins in its platinum base. Price on request, contact email@example.com or visit www.castronyc.com.
Kara Ross’ new Purple and Amber Collection, all crafted in 18K gold, blends high-shine surfaces like smooth amethyst and opals with glittering diamond pavé for a stunning effect.
Wide split cuff with smooth amethyst and diamonds, $44,256.
Inset ring with amethyst, fire opal and diamonds, $15,460.
Contour ring with citrine and white diamonds, $4,055.
Split ring with raw and smooth amethyst and diamonds, $7,400.
Pangea ring in three-color gold with opals, citrine and rubellite, $26,250.
Split stack ring with raw gold, smooth amethyst and diamonds, $4,758.
To purchase, call Kara Ross at 888-686-5272.
These custom Deco Triple Drop stunners from Kara Ross accent sterling silver-set white mother-of-pearl with a white sapphire pavé. $1,835. www.kararossny.com.
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