Enamel dates back to the 13th century, but its age has not mitigated its appeal. Enamel is a glass-like coating fused to a metallic base, and many designers use it with or without gemstones to colorfully adorn collections. Here are eight new styles to delight.
Dandelion ring in silver with enamel, $240; Belle E?toile
Sterling Silver Bamboo band with white enamel, $295; John Hardy
Large Cuffling bracelet in silver with enamel, $650; Marla Aaron
Contessa Clasp bracelet (homage to Gustav Klimt) in 24k gold-plated brass, $1,230; Frey Wille
Beat cuff in silver with hand-painted black cherry enamel, $1,325; Nora Kogan
Necklace in 14k gold with enamel, 1.1 cts. t.w. white mother-of-pearl, and 0.03 ct. t.w. diamonds, $1,137; Roberto Bravo
Silky Delight necklace with Oneiric Waves pendant in 18k gold with enamel and 0.364 ct. t.w. diamonds, $23,200; Wellendorff
Gardenia earrings in platinum with 6.4 cts. t.w. round-cut diamonds with enamel leaves, $55,000; Oscar Heyman
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