OUROBOROS

Olivia Young uses two centuries-old techniques—honed during her years working at Jaipur’s Gem Palace and ethical mining company Gemfields—to craft her celestial designs: Pietra Dura, a 16th-century Roman technique in which gemstones are inlayed into stone to create a picture, and the gemstone-and-24-karat-gold Indian Kundan setting. We love the moonstone pieces seen here that are carved to look like snakeskin, and the hand-painted disc necklaces with swivel mechanisms (they represent contrasting moods).
Editors' pick: the 18-karat gold mismatched serpentine earrings.

OUROBOROS

Olivia Young uses two centuries-old techniques—honed during her years working at Jaipur’s Gem Palace and ethical mining company Gemfields—to craft her celestial designs: Pietra Dura, a 16th-century Roman technique in which gemstones are inlayed into stone to create a picture, and the gemstone-and-24-karat-gold Indian Kundan setting. We love the moonstone pieces seen here that are carved to look like snakeskin, and the hand-painted disc necklaces with swivel mechanisms (they represent contrasting moods).
Editors' pick: the 18-karat gold mismatched serpentine earrings.

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