Why settle for one color when you can have two? Two-tone jewels offer great aesthetics and better pricing when a higher-quality metal is paired with a less expensive one.
Leaf necklace in rhodium- and 14k gold-plated sterling silver with palladium, $159; Elle Jewelry
Goddess of Victory medallion pendant necklace in sterling silver and bronze, $320; Sara Blaine
Broderie earrings in 18k rose gold- and rhodium-plated silver with CZ, $450; Angelique de Paris
Cuff in sterling silver with black rhodium, $495; Hera
Legacy necklace in oxidized sterling silver bezels and 14k gold handmade chain with 14 cts. t.w. moonstone, $1,398; Nina Nguyen
Gem Link earrings in sterling silver and 18k gold bimetal with 0.097 ct. t.w. diamonds, $1,510; Elizabeth Garvin Fine Jewelry
Ring in 14k yellow and white gold with 0.2 ct. t.w. diamonds, $1,641; Allison Kaufman
Vintage-inspired ring in 14k yellow and white gold bridal with 0.72 ct. t.w diamonds, $2,079; Beverley K
Cuff in 24k gold and silver bimetal with 0.12 ct. t.w. diamonds, $3,942; Kurtulan
Ring in platinum with 18k yellow gold with 13.93 ct. sugarloaf emerald and 0.81 cts. t.w. diamonds, price on request; Oscar Heyman
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