Good morning, my darlings! I have a treat for you today. You remember ChincharMaloney, the fabulous jewelry line I introduced you to a little while ago? They’re up to something new and it’s glorious.
I’d like you to meet the ChincharMaloney Diamond Deco collection.
They’re lovely, aren’t they? The delicate whispers of yellow gold reveal the designers’ love of the Victorian era aesthetic while the clean lines and enthralling geometry of the details speak loudly of a passion for Art Deco. The combination is irresistible.
Let’s take a closer look at some of my favorites.
Here’s the Pear Shaped Diamond Solitaire ring, available with side diamonds or without. I think it’s just lovely: the subtle curve of the gold band with the diamond tucked carefully inside. It makes me think of a tiara for the finger, without being as on-the-nose as a more obviously crown-shaped ring would be.
This is the Diamond Buckle ring; I think you can imagine where the name comes from. I love this interpretation of the classic buckle motif. It’s intriguing lines and negative space draw the eye in such an interesting way. Have you ever seen something exactly like this? I find it so original and appealing.
This is the Diamond Infinity ring: a sparkle-speckled double ring that would be an incredible addition to any ring look. It’s so simple, but the way the two bands are joined them together with space between them gives this piece so much more visual punch than a simple stack of two similar rings. Again: it’s the geometry and the negative space in this collection that kills me.
These two are a perfect pair: they’d be gorgeous on any finger, but wouldn’t they make a unique wedding set?
Here’s my new pretty from the ChincharMaloney Diamond Deco collection!
How wonderful is it between these two antique sapphire and diamond rings? With its delicate shape and compelling presence, it’ll be a perfect addition to my collection.
Like most ChincharMaloney pieces, my Zig Zag ring was available in brushed or polished gold. My other CM ring is brushed gold and it’s utterly perfect, but I went polished this time and I’m really glad I did. The tiny twinkle of the accent diamonds picks up the yellow gleam of the band and the effect is just gorgeous.
Expect to see lots of this beauty on my Instagram; I have a feeling it’s going to be an everyday go-to.
The rings featured in this post are part of the ChincharMaloney Diamond Deco collection, all of which are available through their website. All images and info in this post are thanks to ChincharMaloney, except for the final photo, which is my own.
ChincharMaloney was kind enough to gift me with one of their lovely pieces for review; however, the gift was not conditional upon me writing this feature and my opinions remain my own.