I’m on a moonstone kick, and it’s not even June yet. Which means there’s plenty of time to revel in the coming month’s birthstone, and just imagining the possibilities is exciting.
What I love about Trésor’s moonstone necklace is, well, its moonstones, but also that I can tell how beautifully it would mesh with just about any other necklace.
It’s de rigueur to wear multiple necklaces at once—grouping chunky gold chains, layering pendants, stacking collars—so we want styles that can play well with others. But they should look great alone, too (for when the single statement inevitably comes back into fashion).
Trésor’s piece does both. With its flowery aesthetic and glimmering gems, the necklace might get noticed for its color and joviality. But it could also play well with those aforementioned gold link chains we’re digging so hard right now.
“Inspired by the cuckooflower, this necklace is a new addition to our Flora collection,” Trésor’s designer and founder Puja Bordia tells JCK. “Moonstone—especially rainbow moonstone—has been one of the top-selling gemstones for us,” she says. “Known for its adularescence, it creates distinctive play and exhibits a captivating glow or sheen that moves across the stone as it catches the light from different angles. Also, this beautiful gem works with everyone and with any color outfit, making it universal.”
Puja is readying her brand for the JCK Show in Las Vegas; attendees can see her colorful pieces at the Design Collective area of the show. Puja says to expect “a lot of drop earrings, statement bracelets, flower jewelry, personalized jewelry, earring stacks, stacking rings, and much more.”
Necklace with 52.84 cts. t.w. pear-shape rainbow moonstone and 0.27 ct. t.w. diamonds in 18k yellow gold, $4,840; Trésor CollectionFollow JCK on Instagram: @jckmagazine
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