Piece of the Week: Guita M’s ‘100 Club’ Necklace
Featuring a topaz weighing more than 100 carats, the necklace is an elevated take on beaded jewelry.
Some designers take their beaded jewels a little more seriously, however.
Guita M is such a brand. If an inexpensive pearl necklace mixed with gold-plated charms is a beachy favorite, consider her “Piece of the Week” necklace an elevated take on beads to be worn to upscale summer events.
At weddings and galas, Guita M’s necklace would prove beads aren’t just for daytime; they can be elegant enough for evening, particularly when paired with faceted gems.
This Piece of the Week gem is a showstopper, making the wearer part of the “100 Club,” as the brand likes to call it, thanks to its pink topaz center stone that clocks in at over 100 carats.
It’s surrounded by multicolor sapphires set in 18-karat gold on a large carved labradorite stone, accompanied by a strand of luscious labradorite beads.
It’s available through the brand’s website and priced at $8,900.
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