One of my favorite Misahara pieces, the Sahara choker, is a reversible diamond and sapphire necklace that illustrates chaos and unity, inspired by the war-torn Slavic countries of the early 1990s.
Misahara 18K rose gold Sahara Choker with 24 carats hot pink sapphire and 17.25 carats white diamonds, $120,000, misahara.com
Lepa Galeb-Roskopp uses one-of-a-kind color combinations of quartz, diamonds and sapphires in the Talas-Deux ring, which pays homage to the beautiful waves of the Adriatic Sea.
Misahara 18K rose gold Talas-Deux ring with 14.25 carats pink quartz, 1 carat hot pink sapphires and .10 carat white diamonds, $8,500, misahara.com
The unity symbol shows up again in the Lindi earrings with the diamond-studded circle representing the circle of life.
Misahara 18K yellow gold Lindi earrings with 24.6 carats amethyst and 1.75 carats white diamonds, $11,000, misahara.com
The Around the World earrings made with various colors of diamonds and sapphires represent the beauty of diversity around the globe.
Misahara 18K yellow gold Around the World earrings with 4.25 carats green diamonds, 3.15 carats white diamonds and 2.33 carats pink and yellow sapphires, $47,000, misahara.com
These are just a few of the many glorious jewelry pieces from Misahara! Check them out in person at the Misahara boutique located in The Plaza Hotel in New York City, NY, Neiman Marcus in Beverly Hills, CA and Frost in London, England. Or, if curiosity is getting the best of you, get a preview at misahara.com