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Best Bracelet (Over $5,000) – 2019 Winners

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Best Bracelet (Over $5,000) – 2019 Winners
Best Bracelet (Over $5,000) – 2019 Winners

WINNER : Valani Atelier

Octavie Emerald bracelet in 18K white gold with 54 emerald cut emeralds (23.37 TCW), 36 trillion cut emeralds (3.98 TCW), pear-shaped diamonds (8.05 TCW) and brilliant cut round diamonds (3.13 TCW)

$465,000

MARC MAJORS: What an absolutely stunning bracelet! I love the design and make, and for anyone looking for a very important piece of jewelry: this is it! This is the true definition of a statement piece.

LINDY KAVANAUGH: This one is a showstopper! Seriously, I would rock this bracelet at the Ritz, and while shopping for groceries. There is no reason to let a piece of art like this bracelet sit in a safe!

LAUREN LEVISON: The classics are timeless and always in fashion. I’d love to see this worn over a black turtleneck stacked with some other bracelets of a similar ilk on the other wrist.

Best Bracelet (Over $5,000) – 2019 Winners

2ND PLACE : Gabriel & Co.

18K white gold diamond Art Moderne tennis bracelet

$15,640

Best Bracelet (Over $5,000) – 2019 Winners

3RD PLACE : Gumuchian

Corset bracelet handcrafted in 18K yellow gold with 204 ideal cut diamonds (3.15 TCW)

$27,000

RETAILER’S CHOICE AWARD
Best Bracelet (Over $5,000) – 2019 Winners

PASCAL LACROIX DESIGNS

$9,042

18K yellow gold hinged bracelet set with a 2.59-carat tourmaline and diamonds (0.33 TCW)

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