Men's rings
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Fabulous Jewelry Photos from GQ.com

GQ.com Style Editor Yang-Yi Goh recently published ‘The Wild New Era of High-End Men’s Jewelry‘ covering modern masculine menswear from wallet chains to dental ‘grills.’ We found the photos masterful, employing vivid context to bring life and personality to the jewelry items described.

Photography by Bobby Doherty

Dolce & Gabbana necklace

Dolce & Gabbana chains

Each of the delicate 18-karat- gold baubles on these Dolce & Gabbana necklaces are painstakingly woven by hand using fine granulated wires. – GQ.com

Prada recycled gold necklace

Prada necklace

Prada’s first-ever fine jewelry line, fashioned entirely from recycled gold, is full of sharp, punk-rock-ish edges that recall the brand’s legendary triangle logo. – GQ.com

Bold rings from a variety of brands

Men's Rings

Make room next to that simple gold signet on your pinkie for rings that are bigger, more brazen, and downright gnarly. From left: Reza, De Beers, Gucci, David Webb, Bulgari, Chopard, Chrome Hearts. – GQ.com

David Yurman necklaces and bracelets

David Yurman’s blocky, diamond- riddled necklaces and bracelets are hefty statement pieces. Watch, by Rolex. – GQ.com

Alligator Jesus grill

You could put yourself through several rounds of painful, expensive dental procedures to get your teeth movie-star gleaming. Or you could spend that money on one of Alligator Jesus’s outrageous grills—encrusted with diamonds, opals, and mother-of-pearl  inlays—instead –  GQ.com

Chrome Hearts wallet chains

Wallet Chains

These hard-core wallet chains by Chrome Hearts are fashioned from either sterling silver or 22-karat gold, and are lined with pavé diamonds. – GQ.com

Read the full article by Yang-Yi Goh on GQ.com: The Wild New Era of High-End Men’s Jewelry

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Angi Butler

Angi's first career was in diamond, gemstone and fashion jewelry sales. Now a corporate executive, she shares her advice and opinions on these pages.

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