Jen’s Obsession: Gemstone-Inspired Enamel Pins From Diamondoodles



A series of whimsy-packed pins are now available from budding industry personality, Instagrammer, and gemologist Hannah Becker of @Diamondoodles (Diamondoodles.com). Becker is offering oversize and petite emerald cuts painted with varying shades of green enamel on a base metal, cushion cuts of a would-be rubellite, and a white or colorless round brilliant-cut diamond, the industry’s standard. Becker is selling the cute pins to the public on Etsy, but interested wholesale buyers should reach out regardless, because these would make a fun offering for entry-level buyers, anyone with a sense of humor, or as thank-you gifts to good customers. Prices are $20 for the trio of smalls and $24 for the large emerald cut.

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Trio of enamel pins on base metal retail for $20.

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Large emerald-cut pin with enamel retails for $24.

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