Piece of the Week: NeverNoT’s ‘Life in Color’ Pendant
The vibrant-hued jewel is perfect for summer.
The company helmed by friends who are Georgia natives, feels stylistically most at home in the summertime.
One can imagine its massive gemstone-laden and enamel-adorned cocktail rings poolside with a beverage, or its many evil eyes worn on a luxurious vacation to the Amalfi coast.
For NeverNoT, the bolder the color, the better.
Its most recent evil eye pendants push the envelope when it comes to unique color combinations, carving out its own distinctive niche among the fine jewelry crowd.
Case in point: this “Piece of the Week” selection.
Rendered in 14-karat yellow gold and featuring a blue topaz center stone, vibrant purple enamel plays a tonal color story alongside a vivid, almost metallic green enamel. White enamel provides a visual palette cleanser.
The $1,525 retail price includes the 16.5-inch 14-karat gold chain. Inquiries may be directed to the NeverNoT website.
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