Piece of the Week: Kavant & Sharart’s Sapphire Origami Link No. 5 Earrings
The design is not only beautiful but also evokes happiness.
Fitting the bill perfectly are Kavant & Sharart’s Origami Link No. 5 sapphire earrings.
The collection from the Bangkok-based brand takes classic links and gives them an updated look by adding bold origami-inspired geometric angles.
The starting point for the collection was a piece of scrap paper, and the brand’s designers stopped at five folds for a reason: in Thai, the number five is an exclamation of happiness due to its pronunciation of “ha.”
Which means these pieces are not only beautiful but also serve as a constant reminder of happiness, and couldn’t we all use a little of that right now?
The collection uses the five links across several styles: earrings, necklaces, and bracelets in different sizes and set with a variety of stones.
These earrings in particular (“grande” in size) feature sapphires and diamonds set against a beautiful sleek 18-karat white gold.
They are priced at $9,790 on the brand’s website.
Check out the Instagram below to see singer Gwen Stefani in a stunning all-diamond version.
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