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

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

Shy Creation

14K yellow gold latch lock bangle with bezel set marquise-shape diamonds (0.41 TCW), customizable for various wrist sizes, $2,400

CLAUDIA MATA:

A fabulous minimalist design, and I especially love how the marquise diamonds are side set. This is a great piece for stacking multiples of these!

DANA FRIEDMAN:

Adjustable bangle bracelet is the way to go. I personally am a huge fan of marquise diamonds, and this is a great display of them!

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

 

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

Emily Kuvin Jewelry (Second Place and Retailer’s Choice)TIE

14K yellow matte gold cuff bracelet with a rainbow of gemstone baguettes, $3,080


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

 

 

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

Gabriel & Co.

Demure bangle in 14K white and yellow gold with diamonds (0.51 TCW), $3,840


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

RETAILER’S CHOICE AWARD

E.L. DesignsTIE

Sterling silver and 14K gold with three diamonds. $870

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