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INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Colored Stone UNDER $5,000

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INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Colored Stone UNDER $5,000

 

INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Colored Stone UNDER $5,000

Karin Jacobson

Diamond Fan drop earrings with opalized wood from Indonesia and G-I color, SI clarity Harmony recycled diamonds (0.10 TCW) in 18K yellow gold and sterling silver, $1,680

PAUL SCHNEIDER:

Nice stones, nice details, great price. They will have great movement when worn and they use my favorite top. The flat oversized prongs and the blackened silver bezel keep it casual and easy to wear.

MELISSA QUICK:

This earring is something I would wear all the time. The beautiful, colorful opalized petrified wood is organic and interesting in all the right ways. The matte finish flower top is feminine and soft and compliments the stones dropped below so nicely.

TANYA DUKES:

You can see how fully and beautifully considered every detail is, from the placement of the prongs to the subtle touches of diamonds. The colors in the drops are so pretty; they combine in a painterly, one-of-a-kind composition and no one will be able to guess what they’re made of.

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INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Colored Stone UNDER $5,000

 

INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Colored Stone UNDER $5,000

Jennifer DeMoro Jewelry

14K yellow gold articulated long drop earrings featuring hand-cut pink sapphires (1.05 TCW), orange sapphires (0.80 TCW), garnets (1.7 TCW), amethyst (0.80 TCW), blue topaz (0.65 TCW) and emerald (0.25 TCW), $3,950


INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Colored Stone UNDER $5,000
INSTORE Design Awards 2021 – Colored Stone UNDER $5,000

Jarilyn Jewelry (Third Place and Retailer’s Choice)

Handcrafted 18K aquamarine (1.80 TCW) and yellow sapphire baguette (2.15 TCW) ring, $4,900

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