By Michelle Graff
The Bondeye Jewelry website describes its new “Donut Collection” as being “fun,” “colorful,” “affordable,” and “yummy,” and we have to agree with all those descriptors.

Launched last month, the line features hoop earrings, bracelets, necklaces and chunky rings with names like “Powdered” (white onyx), “Jelly” (amethyst) and “Cinnamon Sugar” (carnelian).

Some, like the “Golden Blueberry Glazed” ring featured here, include a band of 14-karat yellow gold for a bit of shine.

Prices start at $125 and range to $1,250.
20190705 Bondeye Donut insetAnother view of the “Golden Blueberry Glazed” ring from Bondeye Jewelry’s new “Donut Collection”
The inspiration for the collection is simple—the glazed donut, a confection that brings joy to many, is Bondeye founder and designer Jess Klein’s favorite food.

Bondeye Jewelry is a new company; Klein started it in 2017 after she became inspired to hone in on her passion—jewelry—while studying abroad in Sydney, Australia.

Designed and produced in New York, Bondeye’s pieces are sold via its website. It is also carried by retailers Broken English and Fivestory, and sold through Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow’s website.

The Golden Blueberry Glazed ring retails for $500. For more information or to see more pieces, visit

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