If one more woman ditches her job to run off and design jewelry, we’re gonna risk supply-and-demand issues. All that pretty stuff. No one who can afford it. But never mind that. Lisa Daniele recently left Wall Street to pursue her longtime passion for jewelry. And dang, was it worth it. Her beautiful duster earrings — long, vertical strands, dripping with aquamarines, tiny pink tourmalines, iridescent opals, or Keshi pearls — are likely to make even the most corporate schmo wonder, Is punching the clock really worth it? Sadly, yes. How else are you going to pay for a chunky amethyst, ruby, or rose quartz pendant? Or the real stunner: the London blue topaz necklace. Don’t forget to share Les Petites collection of sweet birthstones. With such options, you might get as inspired by jewelry as Daniele. Just don’t quit your day job. Yet. Available at Roslyn, 276 Columbus Avenue, at 73rd Street (212-496-5050); or by individual appointment (212-366-4811). To view styles, go to lisadaniele.com.