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INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Best Price Point Under $500

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INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Best Price Point Under $500

 

 

INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Best Price Point Under $500

Pharaoun Cocktail Rings

Rainbow after the Storm (of 2020) cocktail ring in 22K gold over sterling silver and featuring reverse-set cubic zirconia, $245

ZDENA Jiroutova:

The Rainbow after the Storm cocktail ring chooses optimism for life and seeing the good and the beauty possible in the world. It accomplishes this with irreverence by reverse-setting each gemstone and revealing the unfamiliar reflections of these typically hidden facets. I’m uplifted by the ring’s story.

ANTHONY DEMARCO:

A bold kaleidoscope of multicolored CZ that’s light and playful. It should put a smile on anyone’s face. Really nice use of metals and well-crafted on all sides. A very creative design and craftsmanship in the use of affordable materials.

LAURA KITSOS:

I voted for this Pharaoun cocktail ring because lately color in jewelry has made me so happy! But I also love the reverse-set detail of the stones and think this ring looks five times more than the price!

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INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Best Price Point Under $500

 

INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Best Price Point Under $500

KC Designs (Tie for Second Place and Retailer’s Choice)

14K gold and diamond small dragonfly earrings, $415


INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Best Price Point Under $500

 

INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Best Price Point Under $500

Stuller TIE

14K rose gold and diamond hinged hoop earrings (0.10 TCW), $485

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