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Best Necklace (Under $5,000) – 2019 Winners

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Best Necklace (Under $5,000) – 2019 Winners
Best Necklace (Under $5,000) – 2019 Winners

WINNER : Gabriel & Co.

Art Moderne necklace in 14K white gold with Y-knot pavement diamond bar

$1,555

MARC MAJORS: You’re covering a lot of ground here with this piece. You have a pavé diamond bar, a lariat and a tassel all in one. All three looks have been on trend, so why not combine them? Well done.

LINDY KAVANAUGH: Elegant and on trend, this necklace would be a great pick for layering with other necklaces, and I like how the tassel on the end adds a little movement and interest.

LAUREN LEVISON: The Y-necklace meets tassel and a little extra!

Best Necklace (Under $5,000) – 2019 Winners

2ND PLACE : El Dorado Jewelry

18k white gold sapphire necklace with diamond (0.26 TCW) and sapphire (1.87 TCW)

$2,380

Best Necklace (Under $5,000) – 2019 Winners

3RD PLACE : IO Collective

Hailey necklace in 18K yellow gold with diamonds (0.20 TCW),

$2,640

RETAILER’S CHOICE AWARD
Best Necklace (Under $5,000) – 2019 Winners

EL DORADO JEWELRY

$2,380

18K white gold necklace with diamonds (0.26 TCW) and sapphires (1.87 TCW)

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