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4 Jewels for the Woman Who Loves to Travel the Globe

Her taste in jewelry wanders across the globe.

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4 Jewels for the Woman Who Loves to Travel the Globe

GLOBETROTTING IS HER PASSION, along with the keepsakes she finds along the way that recall all of the amazing sites she has seen around the world. Her taste is eclectic yet sophisticated. She likes to mix it up, combining the various sensibilities of each culture she has visited.  The World Traveler is a woman of taste, style and substance, which are reflected in all of the pieces she cherishes.


Ark Fine Jewelry

Sophisticated, bold pieces inspired by spiritual meanings attract the World Traveler. She wears talisman charms as well as large medallion style earrings that capture the spirit of the places she’s visited.

18K yellow gold and diamond Creation Disk earrings.

$4,195

arkfinejewelry.com

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Buddha Mama

Her travels have instilled in her a love for both decorative architectural elements and spirituality. She has a penchant for motifs such as mandalas as well as mosaic tiles from all different parts of the globe.

20K gold dome tile pattern bracelet set with diamonds and finished with brown, white and black enamel.

$49,800

buddhamama.com


Loren Celedonia

While she might not like a modern day beetle crawling on her arm or leg, the World Traveler is enamored by golden scarabs and the beliefs that the ancient Egyptians associated with them, which include rebirth, renewal and resurrection. For some, this translates into new beginnings and new adventures, which our globetrotter is always up for.

18K gold medium scarab pendant necklace with sapphire eyes.

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$1,385

lorenceledonia.com


Baltera

When our World Traveler chooses rings, she selects those with significance. Braids are symbolic in multiple cultures. A few of the meanings of braids are continuity, endurance and a bond that can’t be broken.

Cinque Plait ring in 18K matte yellow gold.

$1,500

balteranyc.com

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