Jewels that stopped you in your tracks on Instagram in June

Enjoy our monthly round-up of Insta jewels starring a very rare pearl and a precious diamond choker whose looks are deceiving.

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  • Leyla Abdollahi brought us explosions of colour at the Couture Show in Las Vegas, where she scooped the Debuting at Couture award. This artfully angled emerald, tanzanite and diamond open ring was one of our most-liked Insta posts this month ($15,000). 
  • We couldn’t resist these adorable rings and neither could you. Zoom in and you will see just how much personality master goldsmith Anthony Lent has managed to capture in the beaming Moon faces (from $6,095).
  • Yossi Harari’s new Reyna collection – Spanish for queen – launched at the Couture Show in Las Vegas, and we were drawn to the watermelon tourmaline dangling from one of the pendants. In rich 24-carat gold, this might just be the ultimate easy-to-wear summer jewel ($6,150).
  • Last month we published an in-depth article looking at the highly-prized conch pearl, one of the rarest varieties of natural pearl in the world. You obviously love them as much as we do because this AENEA brooch was our most-liked Insta jewel in June (POA). 
  • Stenzhorn’s stunning Muse Lily choker charmed our Insta fans this month. Nestled on a pink peony, this jewel is full of surprises, with 2.85 carats of diamonds invisible set to give the appearance of a much larger 5-carat sparkler (POA).
  • Kimberley McDonald chalcedony and diamond tusk earrings
     
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  • Lily Aldridge in Bulgari Festa high jewellery necklace
     

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