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Get the Blues This Valentine’s Day — Without the Doom and Gloom

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The “Dream Collection” is launching.

While Feb. 14 typically has us thinking of reds and pinks — well, that’s the way it is for me — Mia Katrin for Jewel Couture’s Valentine’s Day launch of the “Dream Collection” shows the designer‘s true love for the blues — especially blue topaz and aquamarine.

All designs highlight checkerboards — done by master cutters ‘round the world — to give you the exciting effect of light-to-dark with every flip of the finger or twist of the wrist.

Looking at this new collection of pendants, earrings, and studs, I decided to show, here, a trio of rings with the azure and sky-blue gems — because, after all, it IS a Valentine’s Day launch!

All pieces are available in a choice of 18K or 14K gold at nearly 100 shops and galleries nationwide. Visit www.jeweljewel.com.


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Ring in 18K gold from the “Dream Collection” by Mia Katrin for Jewel Couture, featuring an oval aquamarine, surrounded by a halo of diamonds, $1,450.

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Ring in 18K gold with round blue topaz center stone, accented with bezel-set white diamonds, $550.

 


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Ring featuring a round blue topaz gem and halo of white diamonds, $1,450.

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