New York City–based jewelry designer Brent Neale Winston, who honed her skills working with Kara Ross, Tory Burch, J. Mendel, and Naeem Khan, has debuted her namesake line Brent Neale. Made entirely in New York, Winston’s 25-piece collection is inspired by her fascination with nature, the whimsical world of her three children, the colors of artists Hieronymus Bosch, Ellsworth Kelly, and David Hockney, and the vibes of the late ’60s and early ’70s.
The rainbow ring, shown below, was the first piece created for the collection and is a good example of Winston’s influences. The hand-cut, cloud-shape opal is offset against the geometry and color of the extending rainbow, which features four types of stones on a gypsy setting.
All of the pieces, ranging from wildflower bee rings to grass ear climbers, are cast in 18k gold. Gemstones include white diamonds, black diamonds, emeralds, rubies, opals, amethysts, citrines, and blue topaz, all handpicked for quality.
Grass ear climber earrings in 18k gold with emeralds, $8,295
Double wildflower bee ring in 18k gold with diamonds and reconstituted turquoise, $5,535
Large rainbow tassel bracelet in 18k gold with pink tourmaline, citrine, peridot, amethyst, and blue topaz, $9,800
Large rainbow ring in 18k gold with opal, pink tourmaline, citrine, amethyst, and blue topaz, $12,585
(Top: Wildflower earrings in 18k gold with diamonds, emeralds, and citrine, $16,095)
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