What could be better than piling on these precious pieces?
If you happen to be traveling to the upcoming JCK Tucson show, I can’t imagine you’ll come away without having visited the Todd Reed booth. With his signature aesthetic, unrivaled quality, and immense beauty, you can’t go wrong with a dedicated showcase in your store. And while his jewels are timeless—forever interesting and crafted to last—they still happen to fit the bill for a number of current trends (all the while transcending them). One of those trends—if we can even call it that, since it’s classic but surging in popularity—is the layering necklace. Thin rows of chain, minimalist pendants, long pendant chains. Each looks just as lovely worn alone as it does in a group, but when the group is composed of all Todd Reed pieces—bam! Now that’s impactful.
Cluster necklaces in 18k yellow gold and sterling silver with white and cognac rose-cut diamonds and raw diamond cubes by Todd Reed, $13,860–$14,080
Linked pendant in 18k yellow gold and sterling silver with patina with 0.03 ct. t.w. rose-cut diamonds and 0.02 ct. t.w. brilliant diamonds by Todd Reed, $4,785
Long necklace in 18k yellow gold and sterling silver with 4.95 cts. t.w. brown brilliant diamonds, 3.53 cts. t.w. white brilliant diamonds, and 0.12 ct. t.w. raw diamond cube by Todd Reed, $34,540
Bar necklace in 18k yellow gold with 2 cts. t.w. silver brilliant diamonds and 0.16 cts. t.w. white brilliant diamonds by Todd Reed, $11,550
Layering necklace in 18k yellow gold and sterling silver with 3.39 cts. t.w. brown rose-cut diamonds, 1.38 cts. t.w. natural color rose-cut diamonds, 1.02 cts. t.w. brown brilliant diamonds, 0.54 ct. t.w. white brilliant diamonds, and 0.12 ct. t.w. raw diamond cube by Todd Reed, $23,320