Yael Sonia “Reverse fit”

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For Yael Sonia, “precious” never equals “serious”. The designer (who divides her time between New York and São Paulo) is largely inspired by children’s games. In colorful, reversible mobile jewelry, Brazilian stones like amethysts, citrines and aquamarines tumble, turn and tinkle… Other recurrent features are geometric forms and optical effects.


Mint green aventurine, carved into a beveled rectangle, is slipped on behind the earlobe, positioning the gold wire in front of the lobe in a particularly graceful movement.


Unique piece at the Elsa Vanier gallery

18K gold, diamonds, aventurine quartz (25.4 carats)

Weight: 4,8 gr

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