Piece of the Week: Jenna Blake’s Star Charms
Chunky gems are paired with colorful enamel.
She favors boldness, in heft, in scale and in color, so her charms are accordingly less dainty additions to a bracelet and more star-of-the-show pendants that easily stand alone.
Still, they're even better worn together, as seen on the designer's Instagram, where she styles her jewels like an uber-polished maximalist, piled-on but never messy.
Irreverent color combinations make these “Piece of the Week” star charms feel particularly exciting and fresh.
From top to bottom is an 18-karat yellow gold star charm with turquoise, diamonds and pink enamel ($8,360), 18-karat yellow gold star charm with amethyst, diamonds and mint green enamel ($9,600), and 18-karat yellow gold star charm with tiger’s eye, diamonds and orange enamel ($7,600).
They’re available through JennaBlake.com or the Muse ecommerce site.
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