Triangular-cut stones aren’t as widely used as other silhouettes and, when used en masse, create a masterful symphony of sparkle.
Hueb has long been one of my fave Brazilian jewelry designers for its bold use of gems, so it’s not too surprising that I’m smitten with its new Trilliant collection. Trilliant-cut stones aren’t as widely used as other fancy cuts, so these automatically make the collection, where trillions are the stars, appealing, but it’s the colors and proportions used in these earrings that make them a stand-out to me. Like a waterfall of gems, sweetly colored morganites in different sizes tumble gently over one another to culminate in a gorgeous geyser of rocks interspersed with tiny colorless diamonds. This is a pastel display of perfection! And at $6,790 retail, the pair offers an unforgettable look at a price that (seems to me) like it should be higher.
Trilliant earrings in 18k rose gold with 35 cts. t.w. morganites and 0.85 ct. t.w. diamonds, $6,790
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