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Bench Jeweler at Stall and Kessler’s Diamond Center Wins International Award

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Stall and Kessler’s Diamond Center in Lafayette, IN is pleased to announce that Brandon Justice, bench jeweler and jewelry designer, has won an A’ International Design award.

This year 87 countries participated in the A’ Design awards competition that covers 93 different design categories including: architecture, fashion, literature, vehicle, etc. The best products, projects and services worldwide that demonstrate superior design, technology and creativity are rewarded with the A’ Design award.

Justice’s “Infinite Ocean” ring design won the A’ Design award in the jewelry, eyewear and watch design category. The piece features a 2.71 carat emerald cut Blue Zircon set in a custom-designed palladium ring mounting with a Euro shank. The piece also boasts 150 diamonds that total 0.74 carats in weight.

Over the years, Justice has won several awards for his designs ranging across many different jewelry categories and competitions.

For more information on Stall and Kessler’s Diamond Center, visit stallandkessler.com.

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