Oh, the star. This celestial symbol is one of the perennial favorite motifs of the jewelry world. And it doesn’t elicit the same polarized response in jewelry lovers as, say, the heart. Seriously, some women are really, really against heart shaped jewelry.
But the star seems to nab mostly positive feedback. It’s more timeless – a woman can wear a star piece from adolescence (or childhood, whenever she started wearing fine jewelry) without it looking cheesy or juvenile. It’s a favorite among designers (you’ll see a Chanel piece below.) And it’s found in nature – not just in the sky, but in the sea. And as a South Florida native, I love me some starfish jewelry!
So, today let’s let the stars have the spotlight they rightfully deserve.
This retro-inspired starburst ring is 18k White Gold with 0.5ctw of diamonds G/H in color and I in clarity.
This actually vintage starburst pin is fabulous. It’s platinum set with (1) 1.02 Radiant (EGL certified) diamond. D in color and VS2 in clarity.
(21) Round Brilliant diamonds. Colorless and VS in clarity.
(4) Kite Shaped Diamonds. One diamond has minor chip but cannot be seen in photos. Colorless and VS in clarity.
Round Brilliant diamonds and Kite Shaped diamonds are approximately 1.55ctw.
This two tone star pendant is a lovely 18 karat white and yellow piece with Approximately .70ctw of Round Brilliant diamonds, Diamonds are G/H in color and SI in clarity.
This beautiful starfish bracelet is 14 karat yellow gold with approximately 0.70ctw of Round Brilliant Diamonds, G/H in color and VS in clarity.
The matching starfish necklace features three sea creatures strung on a box chain with .30ctw of round brilliant diamonds.
The aforementioned Chanel necklace – this Comet star pendant is 18 karat white gold with impeccable diamond micropave.
This sweet charm bracelet is a tricolor mix of 18 karat yellow, white and rose gold with soft, simple shapes that would be perfect for a teen girl.
This cable bracelet with diamond stars is another playful piece, and a fantastic price point at $495.
Finally, this star sapphire sits in a diamond starburst. It’s a 14 karat white gold setting with approximately 0.32ctw of Single cut diamonds. G/H in color and SI in clarity.