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Britt’s Pick: Moonstone Rainbow Moon Charm By Devon Woodhill


Celestial jewelry continues to be a mainstay in jewelry, and lately it appears as though moon jewelry in particular is standing out in an increasing number of new designs.

That’s why this pendant from Devon Woodhill has so much going for it. For one, it has that aforementioned moon—really not hard to convince buyers of its appeal there. Its talismanic appearance fits in with the array of charms shoppers have been gobbling up since the beginning of the pandemic (and even before).

And for June, its birthstone—I mean, what gemstone is more worthy of a celestial theme than moonstone, anyway? It’s a perfect fit.

Also ideal for June? A rainbow of sapphires. Rainbow jewelry has for countless summers now been wildly popular, but during Pride Month, it gets even more attention.

And speaking of which: Throughout the month of June, 10% of proceeds from Devon Woodhill’s rainbow pieces—this one included—will be donated to the Trevor Project, an organization dedicated to suicide prevention in the LGBTQ community, in honor of Pride Month.

Pictured in 18k yellow gold, the charm pendant is available on special order in 18k white or rose gold. The pastel rainbow sapphire version is pictured, and it’s also available in more boldly colored rainbow sapphires. The charm is made with diamonds, too, in the place of the rainbow sapphires, and there’s a version featuring London blue topaz as well.

Devon Woodhill, which was founded by Melissa Levy, offers a beautiful array of meaningful jewels, but its specialty is really the locket. Made to pass down through generations, the pieces are available in a variety of designs, some of which are a part of the Pride Week initiative (like this rainbow moon and stars locket).

Top: Moon charm in 18k yellow gold with moonstone and rainbow sapphires, $750; Devon Woodhill

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By: Brittany Siminitz

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