See the New ‘Platinum Born’ Jewelry
The brand has released five new collections.
Created by the Platinum Guild to highlight how platinum can be used in everyday jewelry, Platinum Born launched in 2017 and is distributed exclusively by Suna Bros.
The new collections are: “Debut,” “Limitless,” “Celestial,” “Modern,” and “Prestige.”
As in previous offerings, the new collections feature the brand’s signature faceted platinum beads adorning a variety of drop earrings, single- and double-strand necklaces that can be worn alone or layered for greater effect, and tassel-style earrings and necklaces.
Each piece is crafted by artisans in Japan.
See selections from all five collections below.
The Debut collection features the first and only Platinum Born pieces containing a gemstone.
It pairs freshwater pearls with platinum for a “dream elegance” inspired by nature, the brand said.
The earrings, necklaces, and bracelets are simple enough for everyday wear on their own but are easily coordinated with more sophisticated pieces for a more formal look.
The prices range from $470 to $2,650.
The Limitless collection features more charismatic pieces, with faceted platinum beads that playfully catch and reflect the light.
The line features circular designs and infinity motifs as well as an adjustable statement necklace.
The prices range from $330 to $6,980.
Platinum Born found inspiration for its name in the story of how platinum was discovered. The product of a cosmic meteor shower that occurred more than 2 billion years ago, the brand says the metal was literally “born from the stars.”
The new Celestial collection pays tribute to these origins, offering pieces with a star-like sparkle for the wearer who prefers a more dramatic look.
The prices range from $650 to $5,500.
For a contemporary look, the Modern collection showcases pieces with sleek and sculptural designs.
The soft curves and clean, versatile shapes come together to provide a confident, assured style.
The prices range from $830 to $5,300.
Lastly, the Prestige collection is one of statement pieces.
The prices range from $890 to $21,000.
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