Piece of the Week: Jemma Wynne’s ‘Connexion’ Necklace
It’s a chic and timeless new addition to the brand’s collection.
In addition to the colorful array, the brand has also released new pieces to existing stories, like the “Connexion” range introduced in 2020.
Connexion was based on the idea of celebrating togetherness and relationships. It’s filled with sumptuous gold ball chains, diamonds, and charms. Every jewel boasts Jemma Wynne’s signature attention to detail.
Supremely wearable, the collection elevates everyday pieces so they are anything but basic. Open rings house a graduated row of diamonds, while hoop earrings feature evenly spaced, prong-set stones.
Most impressive are the luxurious ball chains.
The new “Connexion Diamond Pear Fringe Necklace” could be considered the Jemma Wynne version of a diamond riviere, with dangling white diamonds incorporated into the chain, perfect for the woman who loves her gold just as much as she loves her diamonds.
This “Piece of the Week” necklace is rendered in 18-karat yellow gold with 6 total carats of diamonds, including the 1.3-carat pear-shaped diamond at center.
The one-of-a-kind piece is available on JemmaWynne.com for $42,000.
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