Piece of the Week: Eriness’ ‘Sunburst’ Ring
It’s part of the brand’s new “Sunshine” collection.
Helmed by southern California native Erin Sachse, she’s applied her childhood nickname “Sunshine” to her latest collection.
The collection features jewelry with an ebullient mood, thanks to warm sun-inspired colors and motifs.
A classic bombé ring, most popular in the mid-1900s, feels fresh with an unexpected color palette.
This Piece of the Week style crafted in 14-karat yellow gold is pavé set with an array of yellow and orange sapphires (2.61 carats) in varying tones and sizes for a beautiful tonal effect.
True to its name, the “Ombre Sunburst Cocktail Ring,” feels appropriate for poolside cocktails at a summer soiree.
Priced at $2,650, it’s available on Eriness.com.
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