By Brecken Branstrator
These 14-karat yellow gold dangle earrings feature malachite, apatite, topaz, aqua crystals and diamonds ($4,000).
Gwen Myers says that she started her line, Eden Presley, one piece at a time.

Named after her two daughters, Eden and Presley, she first made a bracelet with her daughter’s name on it. Once she saw that all her friends wanted a similar piece, Myers decided to create her own line. 

Using bright, fresh hues in her pieces, Myers says the colors she grew up with in Florida inspire her. Her bold designs combine classic, traditional motifs with modern and unusual elements, creating pieces that can be “worn in any situation,” from the everyday to black-tie events. 

Each of her one-of-a-kind pieces is individually hand-set in 14-karat gold or sterling silver. All prices listed are retail.

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