Ralph Lauren’s Divine Deco Jewelry

  • Jill Newman

Designer Ralph Lauren unveiled a capsule jewelry collection featuring nine stylish Art Deco–inspired pieces at his women’s flagship on Madison Avenue in New York this month. The Modern Art Deco Fine Jewelry Collection  is defined by bold geometric pieces made in 18-karat white and rose gold with diamonds, emeralds, green agate, and black onyx representing the sleek yet distinctive simplicity of the 1930s Art Deco era. A stand-out piece is an elongated white gold cuff ($141,500) with nearly six carats of diamonds portrayed in linear designs with black onyx, green agate, and rose gold. There are also rings, earrings, and necklaces from $10,400 to $59,000.

The Ralph Lauren Fine Jewelry Collection made its debut last year with classic designs reflecting the designer’s signature motifs, such as a diamond pavé horse-head bracelet, classical references exhibited in stackable rings, and glamorous chandelier earrings. The latest Art Deco–styled pieces illustrate the designer’s consistent ability to capture the timeless elegance of past designs and interpret them in a modern style, giving them an ageless appeal. (212.434.8000, www.ralphlaurenjewelry.com)

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