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Pyramid Scheme
Jewelry Trends


Some new jewelry designs really do have a point. The tapered geometry of the pyramid is inspiring many new styles. Depending on execution, a pyramid can suggest studded biker leathers or I.M. Pei’s elegant addition to the Louvre. The pyramid shape lends itself to execution in both metal and stone. It’s also versatile enough to work well small or large, in rows or alone. And one bold pyramid makes a cocktail ring or cuff worthy of any wonder woman. — Cheryl Kremkow


18k gold rings in lapis lazuli, blue chalcedony, and white pristine stone with diamonds
“Pure Pyramid” 18k gold rings in lapis lazuli, blue chalcedony, and white pristine stone with diamonds from JJ Number 8, suggested retail $3,500-$4,800, (949) 636-6975.
18k gold pendant in smoky quartz and diamonds
Kite 18k gold pendant in smoky quartz and diamonds by Yael Sonia, suggested retail $2,920, (212) 472-6488.
Pyramid 14k gold and diamond ring and stud bracelet
Pyramid 14k gold and diamond ring and stud bracelet by Sydney Evan, suggested retail $2,600 and $5,475, (800) 768-2999.
Pyramid cuff in 18k gold with diamonds
Pyramid cuff in 18k gold with diamonds by Deborah Pagani, suggested retail $7,700, (917) 704-7150.
Stud ring in 14k gold with brown diamonds
Stud ring in 14k gold with brown diamonds from Mantra by Jessica Robinson, suggested retail $3,200, (212) 967-3279.