Bare Bones Jewelry Collection by Jeet Sohal Launches

Shine sans the Blinding Price Tag

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Twelve drummers? Ten lords? Are seven swans really necessary? (Hotel Bel-Air is getting by with four.)

Though the holidays might be about excess, Bare Bones, the latest jewelry collection from designer Jeet Sohal, is not.

A complement to the delicate, hand-forged fourteen-karat-gold trinkets that have become Sohal’s specialty, the new range of substantial rings, bracelets, and necklaces delivers the shine of her fine jewelry without the blinding price tag.

Familiar shapes such as the circle, teardrop, square, and leaf carry over from one collection to the next. This go around, Sohal has carved wax models and cast pieces in bronze, brass, white bronze, rose alloy, copper, and occasionally plated or solid gold.

Sculptural bracelets, statement chokers, and She-Ra-worthy cuffs are easy adds to any outfit (or wish list) and many, including the modern signets, can be engraved.

Five golden rings? Yes, please.

Available at Des Kohan, 671 South Cloverdale Avenue, between Wilshire Boulevard and Sixth Street, Miracle Mile (323-857-0200); Roseark, 1111 North Crescent Heights Boulevard, at Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood (323-822-3600); online at

Photo: Courtesy of Bare Bones

1111 N Crescent Heights Blvd
@ Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90046
671 S Cloverdale Ave
bt Wilshire Blvd & W 6th St
Los Angeles, CA 90036