Designer Sarah Ho Has It Made in the Jade

Designer Sarah Ho’s Chinese heritage inspired these exquisite, one-of-a-kind earrings. Semicircle-shape fan motifs—Ho’s starting point conceptually—were all the rage during the Ming dynasty. And Ho used two kinds of jade, Asia’s most storied native gem, in her design. “The imperial green jade and rare ice jade in these earrings are renowned for having healing properties,” she says. “And the conch pearls symbolize infinity.” An advantageous pairing by any measure. Super Fans The earrings were handmade by artisans at Ho’s Italian production facility and were fashioned from 18k white gold. Together they feature 2.77 cts. t.w. diamonds, four pieces of green jade, four ice jades (the white stones), and four conch pearls. At press time, they were available for purchase, price upon request. Top Drawer The designer, who grew up in Macau but currently lives in London
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