It’s not quite officially fall,but it is officially time for fall’s favorite beverage/scent/food/color: pumpkin spice. And you don’t need to tolerate Uggs, leggings or hot coffee in South Florida’s temps of 90 and up to indulge. Nor do you need to slice and dice any gourds. Nope, you can simply light your favorite Pumpkin Spiced candle and enjoy our selection of pumpkin spiced bling. With rich orange hues and stylish designer pieces – priced below retail! – you can accessorize for Fall with the perfect accent color.
Let’s start with a bold, east-west set citrine cocktail ring. With plenty of facets to flash light around, this bright, big citrine is set in a white gold oblong halo with approximately 0.80ctw of Round Brilliant Diamonds. Diamonds are G in color and VS in clarity. The ring itself is a warm 18kt yellow gold.
This beautiful carved coral cameo ring adds a touch of vintage charm to any fall ensemble. Cameos have made a resurgence in fashion in the last few years, with everyone from Kanye West to Prada sporting the style. This ornately carved 14kt yellow gold ring is the perfect backdrop to the soft peaches and orange of the coral.
Next, we’re taking things up a notch with a more formal cocktail ring design. This lovely elongated cushion cut citrine measures a little over 10mm x 15mm. It sits surrounded by a mix of approximately 0.75ctw of round brilliant and baguette diamonds G/H in color and VS in clarity, all set in 14 karat white gold.
The David Yurman Albion ring is a staple in many a jewelry wardrobe, and with so many gemstones to choose from, many Yurman-lovers opt for a multi-colored collection. This beautiful 44mm citrine version of the ring is perfect for fall, with .44 ctw of accent diamond and Yurman’s trademark carved sterling silver.
Another beautiful Yurman piece, this time in sterling silver and 14kt yellow gold. The center stone is another citrine, measuring 14mm x 12mm, set in a horizontal, east-west style.
While the rest of today’s offerings are cocktail in variety, a statement necklace never hurt anyone, let alone a David Yurman Albion piece. More citrine here, set on a sterling silver box link chain.
Finally, we’re stepping away from the citrine with an interesting option. This is a pink tourmaline, though its iridescent chrome-y finish reflects orange in some angles. It’s a fun way to add an unexpected pop of color that still fits with the rest of your fall color palette. It doesn’t hurt that the ring itself is lovely, with approximately .75ctw of round brilliant and princess cut diamonds, G/H in color and SI2 in clarity, all set in 14 karat white gold.