Piece of the Week: Jemma Wynne x Muzo Emerald Ring
Two emeralds are better than one.
Now, it’s Jemma Wynne’s turn.
Designers Jenny Klatt and Stephanie Wynne have crafted four pieces in collaboration with Muzo, with a portion of proceeds to benefit the miner’s corporate social responsibility endeavors that help its local community.
Emeralds are a mainstay of Jemma Wynne’s bold feminine designs, providing the brand’s signature pop of color.
This “Piece of the Week” jewel is a variation of several additional Jemma Wynne go-to styles, incorporating warm yellow gold and featuring two different gemstone cuts.
The “Kissing Emerald Two Stone Ring” features a 2.6-carat oval-shaped emerald alongside a 3.13-carat emerald-cut emerald, set in 18-karat yellow gold.
It sells for $55,440 on JemmaWynne.com.
See below for the other capsule collection styles.
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