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5 Coral Jewels We’re Craving Right Now


Craving coral? Us, too. In the heat of summer, we’re looking to fiery stones sourced from the sea to breathe new life into our wardrobe.

Thankfully, there are plenty of incredible coral pieces out there—from a statement-making strand of branches to earrings that incorporate just a couple of vintage polished beads on gold shells. Below, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite coral jewels on the market right now.

By Fede necklace
Numero Tre necklace in 18k gold-plated sterling silver with Italian coral branches, $450; By Fede

Handcrafted on Nantucket, this necklace from By Fede displays coral branches handpicked in Italy. The result is a unique piece that radiates the allure of two distinctive places connected by one vast ocean.

Van Cleef ring
Van Cleef & Arpels Twist ring (circa 1960) in 18k yellow gold with coral and pearls, $3,450; Beladora

Bursting with coral beads, Van Cleef & Arpels’ domed ring also includes rows of cultured pearls, making it the perfect statement piece for any seaside summer soiree.


David Webb bracelet
Brocade bracelet (also pictured at top) in 18k hammered yellow gold and platinum with coral and 12.25 cts. t.w. brilliant-cut diamonds, $128,000; David Webb

Organic meets opulent through the combination of 47 coral beads and cabochon corals and 324 brilliant-cut diamonds set in 18k gold and platinum on David Webb’s bracelet.

Renato Cipullo earrings
Corallo Conchiglia earrings in 18k yellow gold with vintage polished Italian coral, $2,680; Renato Cipullo 

Feminine and flirty, Renato Cipullo’s Coral Shell (Corallo Conchiglia in Italian) earrings combine two elements of the sea. They’ll make you feel like you’re in both a different time and a different place.

Haute Victoire necklace
Vintage necklace in 18k yellow gold with natural coral and a South Sea pearl, $3,400; Haute Victoire 

A one-of-a-kind piece featuring a textured gold shell and South Sea pearl, Haute Victoire’s necklace uses a Sardinian coral branch to unite the elements. It’s a celebration of the Mediterranean at its finest.

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By: Annie Davidson Watson

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