A variant on our horizontal bar pendant design, the rose gold blends and forms with the red of the Bubinga, letting the whole piece speak as a whole, neither accentuating the precious metals nor the wood, instead, allowing the diamond to glisten on stage. This pendant goes well with any of our rose gold engagement rings, especially our single-diamond designs. One diamond on the hand, one diamond on the neck, each one set into beautifully formed rose gold on a stage of gorgeous redwoods.
The wearer of this pendant defies even the unique. With the rose gold flowing perfectly into the koa, the vertical variant on our bar pendant design finds itself perfectly situated above a dark dress at a gala, where, drink in hand, you rub elbows with the earth-shakers, the disrupters. It’s a style unique amongst the unique, but still retaining the roots and principles of good design: clean, effortless, simple. Attention and care is given as much to materials as to form as to craftsmanship.
A variant on our horizontal bar pendant design, the white gold setting was designed to maximally enhance the deep and textured red of the koa. This pendant goes well with any of our white gold engagement rings, especially those with redder woods. This is the pendant for the woman who likes to shatter expectations and defy the traditional mold, who wants what makes her jewelry unique, fine, beautifully- crafted wood, to take center stage, to draw the eye. With this pendant complementing her rings, she announces her presence from across the room.
Few can claim to have a pendant that more perfectly matches their engagement ring like the owners of one of our bar pendants. With yellow gold complementing the red-brown of the walnut, with a simple diamond setting, this pendant goes well with our classic three-stone designs or any of our designs with yellow gold and red-brown wood. This is for the woman who likes a spin on the traditional, who still holds those roots dear to her heart, but aspires to update them, bring subtle class back into jewelry.