Maya Gem stones provides 4 new items to Sonya Assortment

Maya Gem stones has introduced that 4 new items are being added to its Sonya Assortment, every with the model’s signature ‘Maya minimize’ diamond within the centre.

This month sees pendants and rings in crimson and aqua being added to the gathering. As with the earlier items within the Sonya Assortment, these are product of 18ct yellow gold, enamel and diamonds. 

The gathering was initially launched with only a pendant and ring in iridescent rose quartz. They have been additionally product of 18ct yellow gold, with mini round-cut diamonds, positioned in a geometrical formation, and a ‘Maya minimize’ diamond within the centre of every piece.

Moreover, for London Style Week in February 2020, Maya Gem stones launched neon extensions of each the Sonya and Out of Workplace collections, each of which reportedly “fast-became finest sellers”. 

For the Sonya assortment, new rings have been launched in neon yellow, pink and blue – the previous with enamel, and the latter with shimmery blue quartz, set in rose gold. 

The Sonya Assortment was reportedly impressed by artwork, geometric shapes and their locations in historical past. It’s named after the founder’s youngest daughter.

Olga Pekarevskaia, founding father of Maya Gem stones, stated: “We’ve been experimenting with totally different stones, sizes, colors and textures of metals in our best-selling collections over the previous yr, however we had such a terrific response to our neon items that we determined to increase them additional.

“We’ll at all times be a high quality jewelry model, however we’re closely impressed by vogue, artwork and structure, so we by no means cease creating – this launch is the primary of many to come back over the following six months, together with one other replace for Sonya in 2022.”

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