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INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Best Bracelet Over $5,000

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INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Best Bracelet Over $5,000

Stuller

14K white gold 7-inch curb bracelet with diamonds (0.75 TCW), $7,266

ZDENA JIROUTOVA:

Wrists are getting a lot of attention right now. Curb, which is one of the strongest chain styles, is well suited for this chunkier bracelet variation, an ideal statement bracelet. The style is reminiscent of the Celtic knot, representing unending entanglement.

LAURA KITSOS:

I have recently had a new appreciation for the classic tennis bracelet, but this is a perfect combo of curb chain and diamonds for a more updated look on the tennis bracelet style.

ANTHONY DEMARCO:

A classic bracelet well manufactured and finished with enough design details with the partial use of diamonds to give the piece some sparkle, movement and diversity in its design.

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INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Best Bracelet Over $5,000

 

INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Best Bracelet Over $5,000

Gabriel & Co.

Hampton 14K white and yellow gold twisted rope cuff bracelet with diamond stations, $5,735


INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Best Bracelet Over $5,000

 

 

INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Best Bracelet Over $5,000

FOPE

Panorama flexible bracelet in 18K gold with diamonds (0.30 TCW), $9,825


INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Best Bracelet Over $5,000

RETAILER’S CHOICE AWARD

Jye’s International Inc.TIE

18K yellow gold bangle featuring two rows of prong set diamonds with larger bezel set diamond stations in between. $9,460

INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Best Bracelet Over $5,000

Shy CreationTIE

Bangle cuff with martini set round diamonds flanking baguette shape diamonds. $5,800

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