Ametrine Diamond Pendant Laguna Sunset


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Temptress earrings are equally alluring as they are seductive. Glowing red rubies cascade down a stiletto shaped lattice. In total, 300 gemstones dazzle with pavé set white, grey and black diamonds. The gold graduates with the diamonds from white to grey, and then black gold echoing the siren song.
Ruby, Black & White Diamond Earrings | Temptress
“I wanted these dramatic earrings to be hauntingly pleasant, pulling you in for more.”
– Adam Neeley

Length: 3.50 in / 88.9 mm
Width: 1.00 in / 25.4 mm
Center Stones: ruby
Accent Stones: diamond
Metal: 14kt gold

Additional gemstone & metal options available by order. Call for details & design options.

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Adam Neeley Fine Art Jewelry 352 N Coast Hwy Laguna Beach, CA 92651

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From his Laguna Beach studio, designer and goldsmith Adam Neeley pushes the boundaries of modern jewelry design. Born a gem-lover and educated at the prestigious Gemological Institute of America and Le Art Orafe, Adam has spent his life mastering the craft and art form of jewelry making and design. As a member of the American Jewelry Design Council, Adam is honored to share his expertise and passion with the world. His award-winning jewelry is celebrated by jewelry collectors, industry authorities, including MJSA and AGTA, and the Smithsonian Institution. We invite you to learn more by visiting our About Adam and Welcome pages.