5 More Rainbow-Colored Jewels From the November Issue

From resort looks to fall ready to wear, ROYGBIV—the acronym for red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet—is trending now in fashion. These robust jewel tones are evident in jewelry, too, in rainbow-colored, gradated shades of gemstones. Those who want to try the trend but are too reticent to dress head-to-toe in a motley spectrum can lean on jewelry to make a smaller rainbow statement.

Click here to see the five jewels that ran in the November issue.

Band in gold with rainbow-colored gems from Polly Wales

Ultra Slim Crystal ring in 18k yellow gold with 0.8 ct. rainbow-colored princess-cut sapphires, $2,300; Polly Wales

Hoop earrings in gold with rainbow-colored gems from Amy Glaswand

Ceres Rainbow hoops in 18k gold with 0.76 ct. t.w. rhodolite garnets and 0.57 ct. t.w. citrines, $3,000; Amy Glaswand

Earrings from Bellarri with rainbow-colored jewels

Marquesa earrings in 18k gold with 8.95 cts. t.w. gemstones and 0.65 ct. t.w. diamonds, $6,380; Bellarri

Station necklaces with rainbow-colored gems

Florentine necklaces in 18k gold with 24 cts. t.w. peridot and 6.45 cts. t.w. pink sapphires; 39.85 cts. t.w. amethyst and 3.15 cts. t.w. rubies; and 32.70 cts. t.w. citrine and 6 cts. t.w. pink sapphires, $9,900 apiece; Paolo Costagli

Bracelet with rainbow-colored gems by Stephen Webster

Magnipheasant Feathers bracelet set in 18k white gold with 16.57 cts. t.w. peridot, 14.73 cts. t.w. citrine, 13.69 cts. t.w. blue topaz, 9.9 cts. t.w. amethyst, 9.59 cts. t.w. rhodolite garnet, 8.54 cts. t.w. iolite, 8.33 cts. t.w. red garnet, and 1.66 cts. t.w. black diamonds, $35,000, Stephen Webster

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