Style Spotlight: 5 Baguette-Cut Colored Stone Jewels to Covet

Baguette cuts of gems have been trending big time in diamonds, but expect to see more of them in colored stones as well. The slender cut has “it” status for its vintage flair presented in modern silhouettes like studs and jackets and open styles. Here are five you’ll want to stock now.

 Amy Glaswand earrings in gold with baguette-cut chrysoprase

Earrings in 18k gold with 0.3 ct. t.w. baguette-cut chrysoprase, $1,800; Amy Glaswand

Jane Taylor necklace in 14k gold wtih baguette-cut gemstones

Bib necklace in 14k yellow gold with 2.69 cts. t.w. lavender amethyst, 2.56 cts. t.w. iolite, 4.24 cts. t.w. blue topaz, 4.30 cts. t.w. white topaz, and 3.61 cts. t.w. turquoise, $5,300; Jane Taylor Jewelry

Mary Esses studs and jackets with diamonds and baguette-cut gemstones

Studs and jackets in 18k yellow gold with 2.5 cts t.w. tourmaline, 1.13 cts. t.w. orange sapphire, 1.45 cts. t.w. brown diamond, and 0.7 ct. t.w. citrine, $7,800; Mary Esses

Cuff in 18k gold wtih baguette-cut garnets and diamonds from Ralph Masri

Cuff in 18k rose gold with 5 cts. t.w. garnets and 1.85 cts. t.w. champagne diamonds, $7,900; Ralph Masri

Jacob and Co. limited-edition manual watch with baguette-cut gemstones and diamonds

Limited-edition (18 pieces) Brilliant Flying Tourbillon Arlequino in 18k gold winds manually with invisible-set baguette-cut sapphires and diamonds and a one-minute flying tourbillon carriage with a power reserve of 100 hours, price on request; Jacob & Co.

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