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Shy Creation paperclip chain bracelet with diamonds mounted in tri-tone 14K gold

 

INSTORE Design Awards 2020 – Bracelet Under $5,000

Shy Creation

Paperclip chain bracelet with diamonds (0.74 TCW) mounted in tri-tone 14K gold, $1,940

alysa teichman:

Sometimes less is more, and this easy contemporary design would be an amazing addition to any stack.

jonathan landsberg:

This is another great piece by Shy Creation. They always do it right. They make a solid quality piece in 14K, use 0.74 carats of diamonds, and are always on trend with their designs. This is a great layering bracelet that still has enough to stand on its own. The price of $1,940 makes it that much more attractive. They really know what they’re doing!

benjamin guttery:

Golden links are white hot right now. Especially elongated patterns like the paperclip. This is sure to become an Iconic piece in literally everyone’s jewelry box.


Anabel Higgins Sterling silver link bracelet featuring 18K yellow gold large horseshoe clasp with diamonds

 

INSTORE Design Awards 2020 – Bracelet Under $5,000

Anabel Higgins Jewelry

Sterling silver link bracelet featuring 18K yellow gold large horseshoe clasp with diamonds (0.07 TCW), $4,800


Brenda Smith oxidized sterling silver cuff bracelet with 14K yellow gold accents, freshwater pearls and diamonds
INSTORE Design Awards 2020 – Bracelet Under $5,000

Brenda Smith Jewelry

Oxidized sterling silver cuff bracelet with 14K yellow gold accents, freshwater pearls (33.69 TCW) and diamonds (0.84 TCW), $3,600


E.L. Designs Sterling silver and 14K gold with pear-shaped blue topaz

RETAILER’S CHOICE AWARD

E.L. Designs By Ed Levin Studio

Sterling silver and 14K gold with pear-shaped blue topaz; hammered ring on top twirls as you swing this bracelet open, $902

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