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Erica Courtney 18K yellow gold pendant

 

INSTORE Design Awards 2020 – Statement Piece

Erica Courtney, Inc.

18K yellow gold pendant featuring a 40.10-carat morganite framed by pink sapphires (1.42 TCW) and diamonds, with an inset 3.05-carat oval pink sapphire center (also framed by diamonds) and a gallery of pink tourmalines (6.47 TCW) and more diamonds (TCW 6.11), chain not included, $84,000

katerina perez:

This necklace is pure glamor with its impressive morganite in the center and intricate design all around it. Erica never ceases to amaze!

debbie klein:

How can you not be happy looking at this pendant?! The color combination of the morganite with pink sapphires, diamonds and tourmalines is just luscious. It speaks of decadence, but it’s fun and playful as well.

rada sahney:

This pendant delivers a huge dose of vibrant colors sure to catch everyone’s eye. While color can be intimidating, this piece is guaranteed to put a smile on your face when worn.


Gabriel & Co. 18K white gold and diamond Amavida necklace

 

INSTORE Design Awards 2020 – Statement Piece

Gabriel & Co.

18K white gold and diamond Amavida necklace, $52,710


Philip Zahm 15.20-carat oval Ethiopian opal in 18K yellow gold with Brazilian Paraiba tourmaline melee
INSTORE Design Awards 2020 – Statement Piece

Philip Zahm

15.20-carat oval Ethiopian opal in 18K yellow gold with Brazilian Paraiba tourmaline melee (0.20 TCW), $21,500


Philip Zahm 15.20-carat oval Ethiopian opal in 18K yellow gold with Brazilian Paraiba tourmaline melee

RETAILER’S CHOICE AWARD

Philip Zahm

15.20-carat oval Ethiopian opal in 18K yellow gold with Brazilian Paraiba tourmaline melee (0.20 TCW), $21,500

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