Piece of the Week: Misahara’s Initial Pendant
It’s a perfect graduation gift.
It’s not easy to commit to years of schooling, particularly with a pandemic and online learning thrown in the mix. That means this year’s graduates are extra-deserving of a token to symbolize their accomplishments.
Personalized fine jewelry has the sentimental touch that means the college-bound high school grad or the new master’s degree holder will not only wear the piece now, but also treasure it in the future, associating it with their academic achievement.
An initial pendant is a no-brainer for a personalized accessory. Misahara’s “Initials Necklace” collection is equal parts classic and unique with its romantic font adapted from the brand’s signature lettering.
Suspended from an 18-inch, 14-karat gold handcrafted double rope chain, the 14-karat yellow gold letter is a statement piece, measuring an inch. It hangs from a diamond-set bale and is accented with a 0.5-carat marquise-cut diamond for extra sparkle.
Available on Misahara.com, the made-to-order initial necklaces sell for $3,200.
See the “Initials Necklace” collection at the upcoming Couture Show where Misahara will exhibit at Salon 615. The brand will also unveil an entirely new range at the jewelry trade show.
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