An influx of saturated shades can always be expected to invade stores in the warmer months, mirroring nature’s most colorful times of the year, but right now in fine jewelry, bright hues are proving to be totally seasonless.

Take Selim Mouzannar, an early adopter of the enamel resurgence, who went from combining colorful gemstones like tanzanite and tsavorite with black and white enamel to now even bolder shade pairings, like these blue and pink earrings.

The drop earring style, crafted with pink sapphires in 18-karat pink gold with light blue enamel, is undeniably sweet and will be just as in demand when it hits stores in the fall as it would be right now.

Their retail price is $12,940. Inquiries may be directed to

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