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Strange Magic

What W’s Jewelry and Accessories Director, Claudia Mata, is fantasizing about this month.

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  • Strange Magic - claudia mata jewelry picks
  • Strange Magic - claudia mata jewelry picks
  • Strange Magic - claudia mata jewelry picks
  • Strange Magic - claudia mata jewelry picks
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    Mean and Green

    One of my favorite jewelers, Shaun Leane, is giving Asprey a serious hit of London cool with his new Woodland collection. Case in point: this spiky take on the classic drop. (Platinum, emerald, and diamond earrings, $56,500, asprey.com)

    March 2013

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    The Perfect Setting

    I wish I could figure out how jeweler Lorenz Bäumer set the side stones on this amazing ring. Get a closer look when his shop opens on the Place Vendôme in Paris this spring. (18k pink gold, pink tourmaline, sapphire, pink spinel, and citrine ring, $29,625, lorenzbaumer.com)

    March 2013

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    Double Wristed

    G—yes, that’s the house’s full name—creates couture-quality bijoux, like the bracelets below made with mesh from a vintage handbag. (18k yellow gold, emerald, and yellow diamond bracelets, $300,000 a pair, Bergdorf Goodman, New York, 212.872.8900)

    March 2013

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    Pink Berry

    These sparkly little briolettes from Chopard look like raspberries. (18k white gold, pink sapphire, and diamond earrings, price upon request, us.chopard.com)

    March 2013

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    Pave-ing

    The way When Martin Katz first designed these bows (left), a client loved them so much, he bought them on the spot—paying Katz to not reproduce them. For the company’s 25th anniversary, Katz is re-creating his most acclaimed micro-pavé pieces, including similar bows. (18k gold and diamond brooches, prices upon request, martinkatz.com)

    March 2013

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