By Ashley Davis
Graziela Gems designer Graziela Kaufman has taken her love of color to the next level, graduating from colored gemstones to superhero-bright, super-saturated shades of colorful titanium jewelry.

But that doesn’t mean she’s left the colored gemstones behind.

The Highland Park, Illinois-based designer combines the two modes of color to achieve jewelry that’s as wearable as her collections past but utterly eye-catching.

This titanium and 18-karat white gold Piece of the Week ring, for example, features a 1.93-carat indicolite tourmaline center stone with 2.13 carats of tsavorite, 0.59 carats of E-color diamonds and 0.21 carats of Paraiba tourmaline.

Selling for $13,525, it’s available via

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