Piece of the Week: Kendra Pariseault’s ‘Love One Another’ Ring
The sweet-as-candy ring proves hearts are always in style.
New York City-based Kendra Pariseault is one of them.
While some jewelry makers try to amp up a heart motif’s elegance, Pariseault leans into the saccharine kitsch of the shape, channeling the energy of doodles-in-a-notebook-style, Valentine’s Day-esqe, ultra-girly love.
She does this courtesy of a playful color palette one would love age 5 or 50.
Her “Love One Another” ring, National Jeweler’s “Piece of the Week” this week, features a 4.65-carat heart-shaped blue zircon. It’s set in 14-karat gold covered in 1.25 carats of pink sapphire pavé, the gem Pariseault claims as her favorite.
The cavity-inducing style sells for $4,500. Inquiries may be directed to the designer’s website.
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