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When Kirsten Dunst recently got engaged to actor Jesse Plemons, many of us noticed that the A-list actress’ diamond engagement ring is yellow gold.

Precious yellow metal — a throwback aesthetic to the 70s and 80s — is fast becoming a choice for many modern brides. Of course, for Todd Reed, an award-winning Colorado jewelry designer, it’s been one of his go-to metals for decades. I’m especially loving some of Reed’s newest yellow gold bridal rings, just unveiled for spring — particularly those with brown, champagne and autumnal color diamonds that are highly wearable tone-on-tone monochromatic designs.

FYI: On Sunday night, when Dunst, a “Hidden Figures” co-star, walks the red carpet of the 89th annual Academy Awards — the film is nominated for Best Picture — I’ll be taking special note of the rest of Dunst’s jewelry, to see if she chooses yellow or white gold. Will she or won’t try to metal-match her new betrothal ring? We’ll be watching. www.toddreed.com.

 


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Todd Reed 18K ring stack (top to bottom): Channel set eternity band in 18K yellow gold and white brilliant cut diamonds (approx. 0.62ctw), $4,125; ring in 18K yellow gold, natural color fancy-cut diamond (2.15ctw), white marquise diamonds (0.35ctw), and white brilliant cut diamonds (0.26ctw), $5,475; 18K yellow gold ring with natural color fancy-cut diamonds (3.55ctw), $12,000; ring in 18K yellow gold with marquise cut diamonds (1.91ctw), $10,995; and 18K yellow gold ring with signature Autumn Diamonds (approx. 0.62ctw), $3,300.

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2ToddReedRingAllAroundTodd Reed 18K yellow gold engagement ring with natural color rosecut diamond (1.87ctw) and all-around bezel-set white brilliant cut diamonds (0.75ctw), $20,650.


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Todd Reed 18K yellow gold engagement ring with a natural color fancy-cut square diamond (1.08ctw) set north/south, brilliant cut diamonds (1.03ctw), and white brilliant cut diamonds (0.10ctw), $10,560.

 


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Todd Reed engagement ring in 18K yellow gold, rosecut diamonds (4.85ctw), and white brilliant cut diamond halo (0.11ctw), $26,200.

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Todd Reed’s Newest Bridal Rings — in Trending Yellow Gold

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When Kirsten Dunst recently got engaged to actor Jesse Plemons, many of us noticed that the A-list actress’ diamond engagement ring is yellow gold.

Precious yellow metal — a throwback aesthetic to the 70s and 80s — is fast becoming a choice for many modern brides. Of course, for Todd Reed, an award-winning Colorado jewelry designer, it’s been one of his go-to metals for decades. I’m especially loving some of Reed’s newest yellow gold bridal rings, just unveiled for spring — particularly those with brown, champagne and autumnal color diamonds that are highly wearable tone-on-tone monochromatic designs.

FYI: On Sunday night, when Dunst, a “Hidden Figures” co-star, walks the red carpet of the 89th annual Academy Awards — the film is nominated for Best Picture — I’ll be taking special note of the rest of Dunst’s jewelry, to see if she chooses yellow or white gold. Will she or won’t try to metal-match her new betrothal ring? We’ll be watching. www.toddreed.com.

 


1 ToddReedRingStack18ky ring stack

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Todd Reed 18K ring stack (top to bottom): Channel set eternity band in 18K yellow gold and white brilliant cut diamonds (approx. 0.62ctw), $4,125; ring in 18K yellow gold, natural color fancy-cut diamond (2.15ctw), white marquise diamonds (0.35ctw), and white brilliant cut diamonds (0.26ctw), $5,475; 18K yellow gold ring with natural color fancy-cut diamonds (3.55ctw), $12,000; ring in 18K yellow gold with marquise cut diamonds (1.91ctw), $10,995; and 18K yellow gold ring with signature Autumn Diamonds (approx. 0.62ctw), $3,300.


2ToddReedRingAllAroundTodd Reed 18K yellow gold engagement ring with natural color rosecut diamond (1.87ctw) and all-around bezel-set white brilliant cut diamonds (0.75ctw), $20,650.


3ToddReedRingSquareNorthSouth

Todd Reed 18K yellow gold engagement ring with a natural color fancy-cut square diamond (1.08ctw) set north/south, brilliant cut diamonds (1.03ctw), and white brilliant cut diamonds (0.10ctw), $10,560.

 


4ToddReedRingRoundHalfAround

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Todd Reed engagement ring in 18K yellow gold, rosecut diamonds (4.85ctw), and white brilliant cut diamond halo (0.11ctw), $26,200.

 


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Wilkerson Testimonials

If It’s Time to Consolidate, It’s Time to Call Wilkerson

When Tom Moses decided to close one of the two Moses Jewelers stores in western Pennsylvania, it was time to call in the experts. After reviewing two candidates, Moses, a co-owner of the 72 year-old business, decided to go with Wilkerson. The sale went better than expected. Concerned about running it during the pandemic, Moses says it might have helped the sale. “People wanted to get out, so there was pent-up demand,” he says. “Folks were not traveling so there was disposable income, and we don’t recall a single client commenting to us, feeling uncomfortable. It was busy in here!” And perhaps most importantly, Wilkerson was easy to deal with, he says, and Susan, their personal Wilkerson consultant, was knowledgeable, organized and “really good.” Now, the company can focus on their remaining location — without the hassle of carrying over merchandise that either wouldn’t fit or hadn’t sold. “The decision to hire Wilkerson was a good one,” says Moses.

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