Piece of the Week: Mateo ‘After the Storm’ Earrings
Pride-appropriate and incorporating one of June’s birthstones, they’re the perfect jewel to sport now.
For one, alongside moonstone and alexandrite, pearls are one of June’s birthstones.
Modern pearl jewelry is one of designer Mateo’s specialties. The brand livens up classic styles like strand necklaces and drop earrings with the varied silhouettes of Baroque pearls.
Mateo’s “After the Storm” earrings are further on point in June with their rainbow studs that are perfect for Pride Month, while also joyful to wear year-round.
The statement-making earrings are crafted in 14-karat yellow gold with 3.28 carats of multicolor sapphires and Baroque freshwater pearls drops.
Priced at $4,450, the earrings are available on the designer’s website.
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