By Ashley Davis
If it ain’t broke, definitely mix it up with more fancy-shape diamonds. Or at least that’s Material Good’s approach to the age-old adage.

The New York City boutique, discreetly tucked into a SoHo building’s second floor, stocks designers like Suzanne Kalan, Moritz Glik and Jemma Wynne amid its selection of vintage timepieces and Hermès bags, all displayed in a space designed to look more like a fashionable apartment than a traditional store, complete with a dazzling art collection.

Material Good also has its own line of not-so-basic jewelry staples: diamond solitaire engagement rings, eternity bands, riviere necklaces and a slew of special tennis bracelets.

This “Piece of the Week” style mixes 40 pear-shaped, marquise, emerald-cut and round brilliant diamonds totaling 9.41 carats in a barely-there 18-karat rose gold setting.

It’s available in-store or on the Material Good website for $28,100.

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