I usually wait until Friday to share with you the piece of the week, but this week's beauty is just too fabulous for me to hold on to. Without further ado here is The Halo, by Daniella Kronfle Jewelry.
This angelic ring takes its name from, what else, an angel's halo, which is something my clients have been inspired by for years when they have requests for their custom designs. The loop and the movable features of the ring are also very popular, as are diamonds and rose gold. When I was thinking of key pieces for my new collection, it made sense to design The Halo, as it has many features that are unique and also sought after, all in one spectacular and shiny ring.
I have written about rose gold before so I will just do a little refresher course of the subject. Since it is extremely in demand this year, with no signs of slowing down, there are always many questions surrounding rose gold. A lot of it has to do whether it is gold or not.
Pure gold is always yellow, always. This is because it absorbs the blue and violet light and reflects the yellow and red. For practical use, pure gold is too soft, so we add other metals in order for us to be able to work with it and make beautiful and durable jewels. This is what leads us to black gold, white gold, and finally rose gold, which is the hottest thing in jewelry since diamonds.
But let's get back to the Halo. This gorgeous piece of wondering art is, like the materials it is made from, pretty much designed to be eternal. Yes, another one of the popular features is its nod to the classic diamond eternity bands as well as the famous Trinity Ring by one of my favorite jewelry houses, the venerable House of Cartier. The pure simplicity of the intertwined circles of gold was firmly on my mind as I created this ring. I have been able to have the same magic effect of making a ring that moves with the wearer.
As you can see I can't take my hands off this fantastic ring either. I try to wear mine every chance I get. It is so versatile and has really become one of my go-to pieces. Hope you enjoyed this week's piece and continue to come back for more chic jewelry.