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3 Jewels That Prove Purple Reigns on Runways and in Showcases

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3 Jewels That Prove Purple Reigns on Runways and in Showcases

Gucci Spring/Summer 2018 runway. Runway photo courtesy of Rex/Shutterstock

Ultra Violet, Pantone’s Color of The Year for 2018, a color associated with the counter-culture of the ‘60s and pop culture of the ‘80s, evokes originality, artistry and symbolism. Spiritually, it is a color connected to the third eye chakra, representing intuition and wisdom. In the jewelry world, amethyst and shades of purple sapphires are perfect to express designers’ awareness of the cultural associations relevant today as well as their own ingenuity and creativity. Let purple reign! 

3 Jewels That Prove Purple Reigns on Runways and in Showcases
Sarah Hendler

18K yellow gold Ethel ball ring with amethyst and solid enamel band.

sarahhendler.com

$3,675

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3 Jewels That Prove Purple Reigns on Runways and in Showcases
Suzy Landa

Gem-quality amethysts from Uruguay (15.17 TCW) in 18K gold beaded basket settings with diamond accents. 

suzylandanewyork.com

$5,940

3 Jewels That Prove Purple Reigns on Runways and in Showcases
Unhada

18K gold ring with amethyst and fancy-colored sapphires. 

unhada.com

$1,925

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3 Jewels That Prove Purple Reigns on Runways and in Showcases
K8 Jewelry Concepts Bijoux

14K rose gold purple enameled Precious Time pendant with spinel, lavender and pink sapphires. 

k8jewelry.com

$2,150

Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.

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