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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

I just came across this “Think Pink” page in the March issue of Harper’s Bazaar. Makes me crave the sight of Washington, D.C.,’s cherry blossoms, which are due to bloom at the end of this month.


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If you’re interested in pink jewelry options in addition to those on Bazaar’s page, take a look at a few of my designs. (All of jewelry pieces in this post are one-of-a-kind, so you won’t see yourself coming and going, as a colleague of mine used to say.)

To maximize the pink effect, I like to set rose quartz in rose gold.  My 18K rose gold, diamond and rose quartz Venus ring is available exclusively and Max & Chloe.


Venus ring. $7,700. Click to purchase.

The matching earrings and necklace are available on my site.  Here are the earrings …


Venus earrings. $8,000. Click to purchase.

… and here is the necklace.


Venus necklace. $6,000. Click to purchase.

My “She Sells Seashells” ring is a stunner.


She Sells Seashells ring in 18K rose gold, diamonds and hand-carved rose quartz. $15,000. Click to purchase.

Pink gems also work well with other gold colors. My pink-opal Helen earrings boast 1.26 carats of diamonds set in 18K white gold, for a red-carpet-worthy look.


Helen earrings. $13,000. Click to purchase.

I’ve only done one version of my popular 18K-yellow-gold Clemence ring with kunzite. Kunzite is a delicate pink gem known as the “evening stone.”


Clemence ring with kunzite and rock crystal. $8,000. Click to purchase.

I modeled it next to my Siobhan perma-stacked ring.


Click for more information on the ring.

I also have a Papessa locket in 18K white gold and pink sapphire that’s on sale this week only.


Papessa locket in white gold. Originally $5,000. Temporarily $1,950. Act fast!

The design was inspired by the legend of the medieval Pope Joan, who supposedly dressed as a man and became the spiritual leader of the Catholic church. The locket twists open … perfect for carrying a tiny prayer scroll, love note or good-luck token.

Finally, I have a Candytuft ring in sterling silver with pink tourmaline, shown here next to the same design with citrine.


Citrine Candytuft ring on top. Pink tourmaline below. $295 each. Click to purchase.

If you have any questions about any of these pieces, holla at me at wbjewelry at hotmail dot com.

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14 Responses to “Harper’s Bazaar Tells Us to Think Pink!”

  1. stacy says:

    I do love how the pale pink looks. Your pieces are soooo purty — and so unique. If only Harpers had known. The ring featured on that page looks like a pink plastic blob (pretty color though!) That seashell ring… OMG. Exquisite.

  2. This jewelry looks familiar :). Pink used to thrill me but these days I’m channeling shades of purple.

  3. mystyle says:

    Hi my dear! Your She Sells Seashells ring is my favourite here-totally stunning and very desirable- but then so is all your pieces!! xxx

  4. Jennifer says:

    As you know, pink is my color. I’ll be linking to this in a new post about pink.

  5. Oooh so pretty! I wish I liked pink more :p I prefer darker colors

  6. Lyddiegal says:

    Cherry blossoms are my absolute favorite thing about the spring. The don’t start here until mid april, but i can not wait.
    and your venus earrings are stunning.

  7. Loved the pale pink stuff, especially the shoes (prism heel, isn’t it?) and the Papessa locket!

  8. Raymond Lee says:

    The Clemence ring is a unique design that hasn’t come across our paths yet-very interesting. However, the pink opal Helen earrings with diamonds stole our heart! We love the simplicity of the diamond drops, with soft pink opals at the end for an elegant look.