By Hannah Connorton
From the Scale collection, this 18-karat satin yellow gold open bangle features with four bezel-set diamonds ($4,180).  A wallpaper design from the Art Deco period inspired Wallach to create the Scale collection, which offers “feminine, curvilinear, sinuous patterns that resemble the scales on a fish,” she says.
Doryn Wallach spent nearly two decades as an interior designer before she turned her focus to jewelry.

“My main goal as an interior designer was to create unique and beautiful spaces that could last a lifetime, and I’ve held onto that goal as I’ve started making jewelry,” she said. “Designing interior spaces gave me the chance to test out my aesthetic in a large, interactive way. Now I can take that design sense and bring it down to the personal space and use form and function to define a woman’s own style.”

Click through this gallery to see jewelry from Wallach’s Scale, Greek Key and Screen collections, as well as a few of her statement pieces. All prices listed are retail.

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