Piece of the Week: State Property’s ‘Alara’ Ring
It channels the Art Deco period.
The brand favors bold, graphic shapes that wouldn’t be out of place in the Art Deco era, and the “Alara Snowdrop” ring particularly leans into the iconic design period.
The signet ring would be equally dapper on a woman’s or man’s pinky finger with its geometric design and striking color palette.
This “Piece of the Week” edition is crafted in textured 18-karat rose gold, with an emerald cabochon center stone, accented with black enamel, white diamonds, and custom-cut mother-of-pearl.
We predict the Art Deco-inspired jewel, available for $3,980 on the State Property website, will be just as chic a century into the future as it is today.
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