What do we have here? Well, it’s a beautiful combination between a primary color (blue) and a secondary one (green). To be more technical, it is an analogous combination as these two colors are close to one another on the color wheel. In fact, this might be the reason for being very compatible.
1. Moonstone, emerald and diamond brooch by Kung Tsung Tzu, via Sotheby’s
2. Yellow gold free form abalone and emerald cuff by Jacquie Aiche
3. A pair of gem set and 18K gold ear clips; each designed as a gold latticework plaque, suspending articulated square-cut emeralds, sapphires and amethysts, by Montures Schlumberger
4. Art Nouveau yellow gold brooch designed with a central aquamarine panel carrying an aquamarine drop in between two green tourmalines within enamelled ovals with diamonds, by Georges Fouquet
5. Glam earrings with blue and green elongated emerald cut glass surrounded by rhinestones, by William De Lillo