A mother’s wisdom takes many forms. In Rachel Reinhardt’s case, the form was jewelry design. After her mother—a jeweler in her own right—taught her the craft and inspired her passion, Reinhardt went on to learn the business side by working for other companies. She launched her line in 1996, intending to create unique, beautiful pieces that possess the power to transform an outfit and lift spirits. Reinhardt still hears her mother’s voice when she’s sketching design ideas, and it has led her to create work that’s been featured regularly in <i>Glamour</i>, <i>InStyle</i>, and <i>Us Weekly</i>.
Discover colorful, ornately wrought pieces from four byzantine-loving jewelry designers. We’re particularly fond of Taara’s enameled, stone-embedded bangles and the delicate, fan-shaped chandeliers with turquoise beads from Soixante Neuf. While simpler looks abound, like streamlined disc earrings and a mixed-metal ring, it’s really the intricate, arabesque designs that make the most impact.
Like mother, like daughter: designer Rachel Reinhardt learned the craft of jewelry-making from her jeweler mother, going on to learn the business side working for other companies before launching her eponymous line in 1996. And we bet she's making Mom proud, if this selection of unique, statement-making creations is any indication. A range of oceanic hues alternate in a bib necklace made from jade and turquoise on gold-plated brass. And agate, crystal, and glass pearl beads combine with elaborately draped chains in a pair of dangling chandelier earrings.
A quick glance at the Gilt hallways will tell you that we're no strangers to big, bold jewelry—and this season's trend for neutrals calls for accessories that truly pop. Enter Diane Yang and Lavish. Our buyers brought together these two favorite sources for head-turning designs, and this mix represents the very best of their finds. Enjoy!
At Gilt, it's not only the thought, but the taste that counts. We know you don't need to spend a bundle to find the perfect item. We've selected for your gifting needs, a group of refined wares, for under $50.