Piece of the Week: Saboo Fine Jewels’ Emerald Earrings
They’re a testament to the power of excellent design.
There’s the draw of pieces one can imagine wearing in their own life every day of the week: luscious pendants, cocktail rings, and earrings for every piercing.
The second type of allure is reserved for awe, when one encounters a one-of-a-kind jewel that merely witnessing constitutes its own experience.
Saboo Fine Jewels is a master of the latter, showcasing innovative high jewelry that underscores the transporting quality of great design, a reminder that the very best are in Vegas this week.
Crafted in titanium set with 2.6 carats of diamonds, these Saboo Fine Jewels earrings boast 16.46 carats of elongated Afghan emerald cabochons. They are priced at $134,000.
See Saboo Fine Jewels at the Couture show, booth 646.
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