Piece of the Week: Cathy Waterman’s Fruity Pendant
It conveys a sweet summer sentiment.
Charms and necklaces might just be the only thing we want to layer this summer, and none more than this adorable fruit version from fan favorite designer Cathy Waterman.
Part of a series of fruit charms, including apple and lemon, this “Piece of the Week” version depicts a single raspberry that’s cute enough to eat.
Carved from rubellite, the pendant hangs from a 22-karat yellow gold bale and features blackened 18-karat gold leaves adorned with emeralds.
Priced at $3,240 for the pendant only, hang it from a gold chain or amp up the color with a string of apatite beads, a la Twist.
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