Two of the brands in the top slots may come as a surprise.
Piece of the Week: Emily Wheeler’s Drift Earrings
They’re inspired by days at the beach.
Glamour meets a day at the beach in Emily P. Wheeler’s “Kitty Hawk” collection, inspired by 1980s windsurfing culture in North Carolina—neon sails, wetsuits and driftwood, as interpreted through Wheeler’s elegant eye. A post shared by ASHLEY 〰️ Jewelry Editor (@ashleylikesgems) on Feb 27, 2020 at 11:27am PST
The boulder opal featured in Wheeler’s one-of-a-kind “Drift” earrings, as the name suggests, are redolent of fossilized wood or driftwood.
Their exceptional shapes are even more elevated set in 18-karat yellow and white gold and accented with Wheeler’s signature baguette diamonds, plus Paraiba tourmaline pavé.
Priced at $14,800, they’re available at EmilyPWheeler.com.
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