Pearl jewelry
Photo: Gabriella Imperatori-Penn
In the recesses of your jewelry box, you'll likely find a jumble of classic pearls tangled with chains, rhinestones, and beads—exactly the bold, edgy effect these pieces are striving for.
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1. A Swarovski-crystal necklace crossed with graduated faux pearls is by one of this new trend's pioneering designers. Tom Binns, $1,425 

2.
A pendant of clustered pearls hangs on multiple mixed-metal chains. Jennifer Rose, $220 

3.
Wire-wrapped pearls and crystals give this cuff an urban, industrial aura. Barbara Rodolitz for Jennifer Miller, $700 

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Justin Giunta, another trailblazing mixologist, accents a waterfall of chains and pearls with a vintage brooch. Subversive Jewelry by Justin Giunta, $780 

5.
Delicate round links support a necklace of pearls of different shapes and sizes. W/A Studios, $175 

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A lot of necklace for the money: Simulated pearl and crystal strands could be doubled up for even more layering power. ABS, $175 

7.
Grapelike pearly bunches intertwined with smoky beads make a wonderfully chunky bracelet. Stephen Dweck, $895 

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A ruched satin bib set with large pearls has an almost tribal vibe. Candace Ang at Supplements NY, $210 

9.
This pearl-crammed oval ring is simply exquisite. Philip Crangi

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