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Piece of the Week: Misahara’s ‘Cali Dreamin’ Collar
Designer Lepa Galeb-Roskopp is a certifiable globe-trotter, but this spectacular collar owes its inspiration to the Golden State.
Lepa Galeb-Roskopp, the designer of Misahara Jewelry, could be found just as easily in Montenegro, the location of Misahara’s flagship boutique, as she could in New York, where her brand calls the iconic Plaza Hotel home.
You may miss her if she’s in the Silicon Valley or South Africa.
The tri-continental creative may glide easily between disparate locations (as does her jewelry), but this “Piece of the Week” pick owes its inspiration to the California coast.
The “Cali Dreamin” collar features a 3.14-carat VS2 fancy yellow pear-shaped diamond drop, flanked by two cushion-cut 0.79-carat VS1 and SI1 pink diamonds, a 1.01-carat VS2 square-cut fancy yellow diamond and 1-carat VS1 square-cut yellow diamond.
The collar is accented with 6 total carats of emeralds and 3.8 total carats of white diamonds, all set in 18-karat yellow and rose gold.
Retail price for the one-of-a-kind piece is available upon request. Interested parties may email email@example.com.
No matter where this magnificent amalgamation of colors and gems finds itself upon purchase, we’ll stick with our inclination that it wouldn’t have been out of place adorning the neck of an ancient Egyptian queen.
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