Earrings are the perfect Valentine’s Day gift whether given on their own or as a complement to other jewelry. Confused about style? Remember that diamonds are girls’ best friends but if you’re looking for something different, other precious gems won’t hurt either. Diamonds for a Cure (1) offers a unique line of rough cut diamonds for the lady who wants something none of her friends will have, and 10% of all proceeds go towards cancer research: 18K two-tone double teardrop rough and faceted diamonds for formal evenings, $31,400; 18K gold multi-hue rough diamond hoops, $2,800, perfect for nights on the town; and for the lady who means business, 22K yellow gold w/brown rough diamonds, $4,514. For a more traditional look, London Jewelers (2) boasts sophisticated pieces like Victorian pavé drops, $5,270, and pearl drop peacock tails, $2,125. Rose Jewelers (3) features a range of lines from the elegant Gumuchian to the casual Rebecca. Shown here (respectively) are 18K white gold 3CT peacock feathers, $10,500, and bronze drops with purple stones, $225.
The wildly popular Sunstar collection is the latest from designer Ron Rizzo (4) and features artistic designs in white diamond, $4,200; yellow and pink, $2,200; and black diamond, $1,350. Crossover pieces will take a lady from day into evening, like these, available at Kay Cameron (5): 18K gold hammered oval discs with 1.16CT diamonds, $2,240, and John Hardy sterling silver and diamond drops, $995. For more information on these fine retailers, take advantage of our 2D technology (left) or visit lipulse.com/products.