Rock of Ages

A mash-up of gems, stones and diamonds create an ideal music medley

Photographs Eugenia Uhl























Heavy Metal

Ethiopian opal and sapphire pendant and gold chain, both from Symmetry;
sterling silver cutout cuff from Fleur D’Orléans;
sterling silver and burgundy stone wrap ring, sterling silver guitar pendant and chain, both by Cristy Cali available at Adler’s.


Rolling Stones

4.91 total carat weight fancy yellow diamond and 2.57 total carat weight white diamond bracelet, 5.35 total carat weight pavé diamond hoop earrings, 1.51 total carat weight pear-shape diamond ring, 2.01 total carat weight radiant yellow diamond surrounded by .74 total carat weight rounds and trapezoids diamond ring, all from Boudreaux’s Jewelers; 18 karat, 1.74 total carat weight pavé diamond band ring and 18 karat, 6.11 total carat weight diamond, 9.72 total carat weight emerald dangle earrings, both from Wellington & Company Fine Jewelers.


Rock On

Vintage gold and yellow pendant necklace and chandelier earrings, both from Stella & Dot;
18 karat vermeil quartz, natural stone statement ring and cutout cuff, both from Saint Germain.


The Beat Goes On

Brass-and-gold-plate lattice necklace from Stella & Dot;
14 karat and sterling topaz ring from Symmetry;
chunky seafoam crystal cuff from Saint Germain;
blue topaz earrings from Fleur D’Orléans;
gold spike bracelet from Stella & Dot.


 

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