Susan Hanover’s Crown Jewel earrings made Oprah Winfrey’s list of “Favorite Things” this year. Shown here in fuchsia, they come in six other colors and retail for $195 a pair.
New York--Susan Hanover’s colored gemstone double drop earrings made it onto this year’s list of Oprah’s Favorite Things.

The Crown Jewel earrings are available in Lime, Fuchsia, Carnelian, Seaside, Blush, Royalty and Sunlight, all priced at $195, and feature a colored gemstone surrounded by sterling silver and crystals.

“I’ve always used Oprah’s Favorite Things as a guide for myself and for gifting, so it’s completely surreal to see my designs on the page this year,” Hanover said in a statement. “I am honored to be included and these earrings are my personal favorites and a best-seller. I wear them all the time!”

They can be purchased at Fragments retail store in New York City or online at Fragments.com.

There was one other piece of jewelry to make it on this year’s list, a Rado True Thinline Jubilé watch, which retails for $2,900. The thinnest Rado high-tech ceramic watch, it features a white band, rose gold lines, and mini diamonds.

Two jewelry boxes also were included in the list, an agate-patterned jewelry box from West Elm, priced between $49 and $79 depending on the size, and a Toulouse jewelry box from Jonathan Adler, which retails for $295.

Other items making this year’s list of Oprah’s Favorite Things include the Qooq Touch Kitchen Tablet, loaded with 1,000 recipes searchable by ingredient and videos; the Mophie iPhone case that also charges the phone and provides extra battery life; and custom illustrated pillows from Charles Fradin Home. Customers send in photos of their pets, which then are put onto the pillows as illustrations.

 


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