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Best Platinum Jewelry – 2019 Winners

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Best Platinum Jewelry – 2019 Winners
Best Platinum Jewelry – 2019 Winners

WINNER : Omi Prive

Handcrafted platinum ring with 9.34-carat emerald cut sapphire with round sapphires (0.80 TCW), trapezoid diamonds (0.87 TCW), carre cut diamonds (0.95 TCW) and custom cut diamond baguettes (2.00 TCW)

$160,000

SIA MARAVELIAS: This opulent blue sapphire and diamond stunner is an exquisite example in design! Unbelievably luxe with a halo of baguettes and unexpected prongs studded with blue sapphires elevate this ring to iconic, everlasting, heirloom status.

MATTHEW ROSENHEIM: This gorgeous ring screams luxury and quality being both deco and modern at the same time. The pavé sapphire prongs add that little extra detail, making it that much more compelling. Not a bad looking center stone either, to say the least!

ELIZABETH GIBSON: I love how this design combines modern, elegant, and deco elements. This is truly an exquisite ring featuring the finest of gemstones, craftsmanship, and design.

Best Platinum Jewelry – 2019 Winners

2ND PLACE : Suna Bros.

Enchant Platinum Born necklace with hand-assembled platinum beads

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$7,000

Best Platinum Jewelry – 2019 Winners

3RD PLACE (tie) : Wendy Brandes

Custom platinum ring with over 100 diamonds (1.25 TCW) and a 6.00-carat green tourmaline

$16,000

Best Platinum Jewelry – 2019 Winners

3RD PLACE (tie): Uneek Jewelry

One-of-a-kind platinum ring with 8.05-carat oval sapphire with round diamonds (0.34 TCW) and oval diamonds (4.54 TCW)

$148,460

RETAILER’S CHOICE AWARD
Best Platinum Jewelry – 2019 Winners

UNEEK JEWELRY

$148,460

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One-of-a-kind platinum ring with 8.05-carat oval sapphire with round diamonds (0.34 TCW) and oval diamonds (4.54 TCW)

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