By Michelle Graff

San Francisco-based jewelry
designer Rebecca Overmann's busy schedule has her skipping from trade shows to trunk shows across the nation while also trying to balance studio time
to bring her designs to life.


I met up with the Savannah
College of Art & Design grad last week to check out her latest pieces, and
while her adorable tiny stacking rings and diminutive pendant necklaces have
amassed quite a following, among my favorite new baubles are these "Diamond
Nest Rings."

Crafted in 14-karat yellow or
pink gold, the designs feature the hand-wrought, organic look that Overmann is
known for, and the uber-tiny diamonds (each ring features 3 points each) peek
out as a refined surprised.

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