One jewelry trend indicator is the recent vote of over 230 fine jewelry retailers for the best bridal design at the Centurion jewelry show in Phoenix, Arizona on February 6, 2015.
This prestigious award was won by Beverley K for a vintage-inspired diamond and sapphire ring with milgrain and engraving details, suggesting vintage styles are still on trend.
Established in 1999 by Morrie Knopp, the Beverley K creates and fabricates jewelry with a focus on vintage-inspired designs. The San Diego based company, which owns its design and fabrication operations, offers engagement mounts, bands, earrings, pendants and bracelets to fine jewelry retailers.
Centurion's 5th Annual Design Awards Competition is a blind competition open to voting among attending buyers at the show. Exhibiting designers present designs by product category, including bridal, one of the most competitive and important categories. At the 2015 show, more than 230 fine retailers participated by viewing submissions and casting votes.
"It is a tremendous honor to receive the 2015 Best Bridal Ring Design Award,” said Morrie Knopp, Beverley K’s founder and owner. “It’s especially rewarding since it comes from the votes of so many fine jewelry retailers.”
Now in its 14th year, Centurion is an invitation-only fine jewelry show for top-level fine jewelry retailers and the better designers and manufacturers that serve their merchandise needs.
"We couldn't be more proud of our association with Beverley K and to have been able to present the award in the bridal category to Beverley K and its owner, Morrie Knopp," said Howard Hauben, Centurion President.