Enamel, an ancient technique, has been applied to contemporary jewelry and trinkets. Here, Alice Cicolini’s Indian-inspired rings, adorned with richly colored stones like almandine garnet, fire opal and blue sapphire. Above, center: $2,330, $2,300 and $5,850, Dover Street Market New York, (646) 837-7750.
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Once upon a time, Louis Cartier (grandson of the company’s founder) fell in love with the Ballets Russes and, by proxy, with Art Deco. Decades later, Cartier paid homage to his fascination, designing this platinum ring that includes a square of diamonds surrounded by geometric inlays of turquoise, emeralds and onyx. Price on request, cartier.com.
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Organic pearls made a bold statement on rings, bracelets and necklaces. These unusually shaped earrings studded with turquoise were featured on the fall/winter 2017 Céline runway — and generated a monthslong wait list as soon as they hit stores. $1,900, (212) 535-3703.
From deep corals to rosy rubies, some of the year’s most breathtaking jewels came in shades of crimson. Here, an otherworldly red coral pendant with pearl and gold trimmings, by Hanut Singh. Above, left; $4,400, roseark.com.
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Designers started producing more sets of earrings that weren’t exactly identical. Here, a perfectly mismatched pair by Hemmerle, with rubellite, tourmaline or oval amethyst, suspended by beaded amethysts or beaded garnet. $70,000, FD Gallery, (212) 772-2440.
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Inspired by aristocratic jewelry from the Edwardian era, this Paul Morelli collar…