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The Finest Floral Pieces for Spring


There’s nothing revolutionary about florals for spring. What is groundbreaking are these bejeweled interpretations of them. Below, we’ve highlighted a handful of the finest jewels for spring that’ll have you showering yourself in flowers.

Irene Neuwirth necklace
One-of-a-Kind Tropical Flower necklace in 18k rose gold with hand-carved opal, $18,880; Irene Neuwirth

Irene Neuwirth is known for her feel-good floral designs, and this unique necklace from the Tropical Flower collection features hand-carved opal petals, grounded by an opal center stone. If you know your gems, you know that opal represents hope, purity, and truth.

Cece Jewelry ring
Rose & Diamond ring in 18k yellow gold with diamond and champlevé enamel, $3,540; Cece Jewelry

Cece Jewelry’s Rose & Diamond ring isn’t just a pretty little thing. It “examines the allure of the rose, wild and sharp yet an enduring symbol of love,” according to the jeweler’s site. “Here, Cece rejoices in its tenderness amongst thorns, where beauty is found in the darkest of places.”

Paul Morelli Necklace
Wild Child Link necklace (also pictured at top) in 18k yellow gold with 2.86 cts. t.w. tsavorite, 2.36 cts. t.w. pink sapphires, 1.5 cts. t.w. yellow sapphires, 1.29 cts. t.w. white diamonds, 1.08 cts. t.w. aquamarine, 0.92 ct. t.w. spessartite, and 0.9 ct. t.w. purple sapphires, $29,000; Paul Morelli

Bursting with colorful blooms and vibrant gems, the Wild Child Link—a distinctive, handcrafted design by Philadelphia-based Paul Morelli—will brighten anyone’s day (spring and beyond).

Bea Bongiasca earrings
Two-Tone Large Flower Power earrings in 9k yellow gold and silver with baby blue and turquoise enamel, $790; Bea Bongiasca

Italian jeweler Bea Bongiasca’s oversize Flower Power earrings, available in a few different color pairs, channel the free-spirited nature of the ’60s and ’70s and are handcrafted in Italy.

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By: Annie Davidson Watson

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