Holiday gift guide: the best of heavenly jewelry

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We could all use a little magic now. That’s why Celestial Jewel, which continues to be a theme orbiting independent designer collections, is one of the top choices for fine jewelry this holiday season. The patterns of stars and crescent moon are associated with luck, love and protection, while the constellations and the cosmos create a feeling of enchantment, mystery and allure. Jewelry designs take inspiration from the past with sayings that were popular across Europe in the 19e century in French and English – like “I love you to the moon and back” or “this is your lucky star”. Regardless of the iteration, the recipient of a heavenly gift will feel inspired to move towards a more positive future.

Ashley zhang Enamel Moon Love Pendant is part of his collection of vintage-inspired charms. This charm says “to the moon and back”, which means “to the moon and back”. This saying began in the Victorian era and then came back in popularity in the mid-20th century. In 14k gold, this modern take features opal-set stars and a diamond moon, set against a hand-painted black enamel.

Marie Lichtenberg Old, vintage and Indian inspired 14k gold and enamel locks are connected on a cord and form a necklace with just the imaginative and lyrical lock. However, you can change the lock to put on a chain and add charms. But this gift speaks for itself “You Are My Lucky Star” inscribed with a star set with a diamond.

Silvia furmanovich Heavenly Painting Miniature Charm with Light Brown Diamond in 18k Gold. Furmanovich describes his inspiration “I was researching a series of alchemical images and prints from the Middle Ages and discovered magical and otherworldly representations of stars, comets and the cosmos. We commissioned artists from Rajasthan with whom we work to translate these dream landscapes into unique pendants, framed in 18k gold and studded with diamonds. »As part of the new Muse Have A Heart charm initiative, Be a star.

Storrow Jewelry The “Anna” Labradorite Heart Charm with Gold Stars in 14k Yellow Gold features antique-inspired and heirloom quality. Collection designer Jennifer Koche created this labradorite heart charm encrusted with yellow gold stars as a current and relevant translation of a romantic Victorian aesthetic. Each Storrow charm comes with a clip to attach and personalize your very own charm necklace. »As part of the new Muse Have A Heart charm initiative, Be a star.

Ana KatarinaThe ‘s four elements’ Air’ flap ring is designed to rotate in 18k gold, with stars and diamonds set in lapis. Katarina designed it as a talisman to celebrate the beauty of change and evolution

Selim Mouzannar 18k rose gold with diamonds, morganites and aquamarines pays homage to Istanbul. The magic of the stars represents this city of captivating culture and geographic and historical heritage and the earrings and collection are influenced by the city of Beirut, which Mouzannar calls his home.

Eva Fehren’s The large Nova earrings in platinum and white diamonds celebrate the beauty and randomness of an exploding star. Fehren juxtaposed the sharpness of platinum with an unconventional mix of geometric diamonds. The earrings are handcrafted in New York.

Saint Clair temple says, “This Horizon ring in 18k gold with the cosmos featured in gemstones is part of the ‘The Cosmic Journey’ collection, which is a jewel tale of Dante’s Divine Comedy, a journey through darkness to the light. It tells the idea that no matter how much doubt and confusion there may be around our own humanity, we can count on the steady movement of the universe. Life goes on and ultimately love will guide the way. It is a collection of hope and the future.

Annoushka attributes her inspiration for her 18-karat gold and diamond Man In The Moon charm to her feeling that “no matter how we spend this festive season, we can take comfort in knowing that we are all together under a moon. And like the moon phases, we hope we can be together someday soon.

Alberian and Aulde Rocking Moon ‘necklace in 18k rose gold with moonstones and diamonds hangs from a sterling silver chain. The contrast of rose gold, moonstones and oxidized silver evokes the night sky. The inspired duo of Warren Alberian and Mary Aulde: “Create a modern moon motif with movement, sparkle and style.”

Around 1700 Heavenly Fossilized Shark Tooth Pendant Written in the Stars is accented with diamonds and made from an antique shark tooth. Susan Cohen, designer behind the collection depicts the night sky with enamel and gold stars and moons that can be personalized with different celestial arrangements and can have different sayings on the back, this one reads: ‘Meet Me At Midnight ” allowing it to be worn on either side.

Monica Rich Kosann The Sun, Moon and Stars medallion in 18k gold is studded with diamonds and features all three designs on the front and small stars sparkle on the back. The entire room is set with diamonds in each of the sun’s rays and the stars are both enchanting and mysterious to us, but most of all, they tell us to keep dreaming.

Anne Sisteron Stellar necklace in 14 karat yellow gold and diamonds. Sisteron describes the necklace and why she is wearing it: “I always love wearing protective pieces! I love this necklace because it has the moon which symbolizes the empowerment of women and the diamond stars which offer protection, guidance guidance, which we can certainly do in today’s uncertain times.

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