Five Jewels To Buy Now



As the days get longer and hopefully warmer (not soon enough for all of us East Coast Girls) it’s time to rejuvenate your spring/summer wardrobe with jewelry that covers all the bases: dramatic, bohemian, powerful, enchanting and just plain fun.

Here are five of our favorites that we found while scouting one of the jewelry industry’s longest running shows-JA New York.


Ark Jems geometric chunky and bold moonstone ring not only features clean, powerful standout proportions, it also carries with it ancient meanings. Explains owner and designer Ann R. Korman, “A Sri Yantra symbol is placed under the Moonstone touching the finger, it is an ancient tantric symbol used for meditation, concentration, and creating a person’s desired outcomes.”


Fern Freeman’s fringe necklace adds a touch of drama and a dose of fun to simple necklines. Freeman’s ideal way to wear it-“with a white T-shirt and jeans.”

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Eden Presley’s love for contrasting color combinations and juicy gemstones has lead her to the Southwest for a feminine graphic take on a classic Native American inlaid look. The earrings are just the jewels to dress up the denim trend so popular for spring.



Unhada Jewels’ roses grown in gold and rubies and delicately wrap around the natural tree formation in this organic dendritic agate. The juxtaposition of delicate and fine garden flowers with nature’s woodsy wonders inspires one of the prettiest pendants we’ve seen for sprig


Stack two of Larisa Laivins bangles and cuffs or wear them separately on each wrist. We love the combination of studded solid gold with touches of turquoise to remind us that spring’s arrival brings with it layered jewelry rather than layers of clothes