By Ashley Davis
San Francisco-based Lauren Harwell Godfrey began selling a range of bold costume jewelry a few years ago. Now she’s launching a fine collection.

The 18-karat gold line delivers classic “poison”-style rings and lockets with discreet openings (one even contains a solid perfume of the designer’s making), made modern with graphic shapes courtesy of bold gemstone inlays and enamel.

The fine collection also includes a couple of one-of-a-kind pieces, not to be missed.

This week’s Piece of the Week is Harwell Godfrey’s spectacular natural spinel bead necklace with diamonds set in 18-karat yellow gold. It sells for $17,000.

For inquiries and a look at the brand’s other fine pieces, visit the Harwell Godfrey website.

20180817 POTW 2A close-up of Harwell Godfrey’s spinel necklace

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