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Natural Wonders: Jewelry Inspired by Nature’s Curves

12th April 2019 // By Kristen Shirley

Faceted gemstones and delicately cut diamonds will always have a place in your jewelry collection — but sometimes the most beautiful and intricate pieces are those inspired by the natural lines and curves of the Earth.

From Coomi’s ancient Roman glass with its weathered patina — dating back to the 1st century AD — to Jorge Adeler’s marvelous citrine ring and Kimberly McDonald’s sparkling geode earrings, each perfectly imperfect gemstone is naturally stunning.

Jorge Adeler Ring

In 18K yellow gold with 19.63 carats citrine and .6 carats diamonds

Information: $7,980, Adeler Jewelers in Great Falls, Virginia, +1 703 759 4076, jorgeadeler.com

Coomi Antiquity Artifacts Collection Necklace

In 20K yellow gold with ancient Roman glass and 3.25 carats diamonds

Information: $37,000, coomi.com

 

Marco Bicego Lunaria Earrings

In 18K yellow gold with black mother-of-pearl and 1.06 carats diamonds

Information: $8,280, marcobicego.com

Pamela Huizenga Bracelet

In 18K yellow gold with 141.76 carats emeralds and 2.45 carats diamonds

 

Information: $28,000, pamelahuizenga.com

Jacquie Aiche Geode Druzy Signet Ring

In 14K rose gold with .71 carats diamonds

Information: $5,875, jacquieaiche.com

Kimberly McDonald Earrings

In 18K rose gold with geodes and 3.4 carats diamonds

Information: $23,450, Kimberly McDonald in Los Angeles, +1 310 432 0568, kimberlymcdonald.com

This story originally appeared in the Spring 2019 issue of Elite Traveler.