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INSTORE Design Awards 2022 – Best Statement Piece

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INSTORE Design Awards 2022 – Best Statement Piece

 

INSTORE Design Awards 2022 – Best Statement Piece

Birthright Foundry

Heritage Ulfa Nifo necklace in 18K yellow gold with diamonds (16.3 TCW), $196,000

David Brough:

This jagged design creates an edgy look backed by an appealing combination of high-quality precious materials.

Sarah McGuire:

This piece definitely makes a statement.

Alexis Padis:

This piece is just jaw-droppingly stunning in every way. It can be dressed up and dressed down — think t-shirt and jeans to black tie. It’s incredibly wearable, versatile, and a true statement piece that celebrates heritage, gold, and diamonds in a big way.

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INSTORE Design Awards 2022 – Best Statement Piece

 

 

 

INSTORE Design Awards 2022 – Best Statement Piece

Holly Yashi Jewelry TIE

Eden necklace in laser-etched, anodized, and multicolor niobium with 24K gold plating has leaf patterns with a velvet-like sheen, $335


INSTORE Design Awards 2022 – Best Statement Piece

 

 

 

INSTORE Design Awards 2022 – Best Statement Piece

E. Eichberg, Inc TIE

Hand-carved wax ring cast in 18K yellow gold has platinum filigree on the gallery, a 60.25-carat pear-shape amethyst, and G-color, VS-clarity diamonds (0.61 TCW), $18,500

 


 

INSTORE Design Awards 2022 – Best Statement Piece

RETAILER’S CHOICE AWARD

Lord Jewelry

Necklace in 18K yellow gold and platinum has Boulder opal beads, diamonds (3.07 TCW), and an 18-carat special-cut smokey quartz set over the mechanized pendant featuring a series of changing images of a bird in flight to a sunrise to a night sky, $65,000

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