Tie the Knot in Style with Misa Jewelry's New Bridal Collection

Put a ring on it.


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Left to right: Tapered Baguette Ring in 14K yellow gold with diamond, $1,245; Branch Ring in 14K yellow gold with diamonds, $1,335; Opal Eternity Ring in 14K yellow gold with diamonds, $1,485; Beak Ring in 14K gold with diamonds, $668; Fire Coral Ring in 14K yellow gold, $395; Marquis Diamond Ring in 14K rose gold, $1,275.
Select styles available at Riches Kahala, Kahala Mall, 737-3303. View the full collection at misajewelry.com.
Photo: David Croxford  
 

Not just for brides-to-be, Misa Hamamoto also designed her rings with all the single ladies in mind.

THE OLD—a familiar favorite, Honolulu-L.A. designer Misa Hamamoto.

THE NEW—her latest release, a collection of modern-meets-organic bridal jewelry. Think dainty, stackable rings, bar necklaces and slim cuffs.

THE BORROWED—a little inspiration, taken from Hamamoto’s own love life. The designer recently got hitched in August, and in making her own wedding rings rediscovered an affinity for diamonds, marrying them with her line’s signature, nature-minded silhouettes to create unique, handmade styles.

AND DON'T FORGET SOMETHING BLUE—tiny aqua-tinged marquis opals are among the collection’s mix of materials, along with beautiful 14K rose-, white- and yellow-gold bands, and sparkling, pave-set white, black and champagne diamonds.
 

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