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From Antonini’s 100th Anniversary Collection to Lab-Grown Diamond Tennis Bracelets, These Are New Collections for October

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From Antonini’s 100th Anniversary Collection to Lab-Grown Diamond Tennis Bracelets, These Are New Collections for October

Clouds of Pearls

The ZSISKA Floating Pearl collection is lustrous pearl beauty as you’ve never seen it before. Ethereal pearls encased in resin seem to hover between crystal beads, secured by magnetic closures and at a price point that makes these designs accessible to any jewelry lover.

Wire necklace with resin-coated pearls, crystal beads, and magnetic closure.

zsiska.com

$110

From Antonini’s 100th Anniversary Collection to Lab-Grown Diamond Tennis Bracelets, These Are New Collections for October

Dreamy Dainties

The debut collection from Cari Streeter Fine Jewelry is a buffet of wonderfully affordable, appealingly designed everyday luxuries that your customers will love to love. Expect delicate chains with sparkling diamonds and small but substantial charms, all available in 14K yellow, pink, or white gold.

14K yellow gold and diamond necklace.

jewelrybycari.com

$995

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From Antonini’s 100th Anniversary Collection to Lab-Grown Diamond Tennis Bracelets, These Are New Collections for October

Keepin’ It 100

Happy centennial to Italian brand Antonini Milano, which has released a gorgeous collection in honor of its 100th birthday! The new Anniversary100 collection, an homage to the brand’s rich history, is a bold and sensual celebration of gold’s malleability and sheen.

18K yellow gold earrings with diamonds.

antonini.it

$9,550

From Antonini’s 100th Anniversary Collection to Lab-Grown Diamond Tennis Bracelets, These Are New Collections for October

A Perfect Fit

Love Clicks is a collection dedicated to the love that people have for one another. These cleverly designed customizable birthstone puzzle rings fit seamlessly together into colorful stacks, offering a gorgeous way for your customers to wear a reminder of the most precious people in their lives.

14K white and yellow gold ring stack with ruby, emerald, diamond, and sapphire.

missionjewelrycarmel.com

$1,530

From Antonini’s 100th Anniversary Collection to Lab-Grown Diamond Tennis Bracelets, These Are New Collections for October

It’s Love-Love

Lark & Berry’s new Tennis collection makes the iconic diamond tennis bracelet more accessible than ever before by rendering this classic beauty in the brand’s bright, clean lab-grown diamonds. The collection encompasses a number of pieces — simple necklaces, linear earrings, and of course the bracelet — all inspired by the tennis bracelet’s straightforward perfection.

14K white gold bracelet with lab-created diamonds (1.80 TCW).

larkandberry.com

$1,675

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