Japanese fine art was the inspiration behind the petite, arcing pattern that Manama, Bahrain–based TinyOm used for its new 18k gold Wave collection—which puts a decorative spin on the “daily gold” jewelry concept. TinyOm was founded by designer Virginie Dreyer, a former lawyer and lifelong yoga aficionada who, after moving from Paris to the Middle East, “was seduced by the art and craftsmanship of local goldsmiths in Bahrain,” she says. Wave pieces range from $430 to $8,000 and are available in 18k white and 18k rose gold. “The collection is a reminder of oneness and of unity,” Dreyer adds. “I wanted to create something that reflects my desire for purity, simplicity, and beauty.”
(From top) Wave 18k rose gold wide band ring, $1,045, Wave 18k rose gold diamond necklace, $1,380, Wave 18k rose gold circle earrings with diamonds, $2,095, Wave 18k rose gold bracelet, $1,620, Wave 18k rose gold wide band cuff, $4,285; TinyOm; email@example.com; tiny-om.com
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Ariel Gordon’s original diamond-studded Roman Holiday curb-link bracelet was such a strong seller, the designer has since released an all-gold version—which is (naturally) more accessibly priced and infinitely more wearable. Lovers of quietly luxurious jewelry will wear the bracelet as is, but it’s a perfect base for charms as well.
Roman Holiday bracelet in 14k gold curb links; $2,695; arielgordonjewelry.com