What do the famed Froebel blocks and fine jewelry have in common? Frankly, not much—but Shihara’s 3-D collection splits the difference with an array of minimal, elegant geometric studs that meld elements of both.
Shihara's 3-D Jewelry Collection Is Geometric Perfection
Minimal yet bold—and intrinsically architectural.By Lainey Sidell January 25, 2019
With a range of options—both in size and degree of diamond encrusted shapes—this collection of cubes and prisms, available in either 18-karat yellow or white gold, is at once subtle and stately.
Designed by Tokyo-based jeweler Yuta Ishihara, Shihara’s 3-D collection—just one of the 24 the label boasts—allows for unintimidating and playful experimentation.
The 3-D collection’s solid gold, non-sparkly wares provide the perfect opportunity to wade into accessory peacocking. But for the brave, seasoned statement-makers, we suggest opting for the shapes encrusted with diamonds—they are, after all, a girl’s best friend!
Come to think of it, if all our geometry courses had been this chic, we would have had a much easier time paying attention …
Shihara 3-D Collection, starting at $345; shihara.com
(Photos: Courtesy Shihara)