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INSTORE Design Awards 2022 – Gold Jewelry Under $5,000

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INSTORE Design Awards 2022 – Gold Jewelry Under $5,000

 

INSTORE Design Awards 2022 – Gold Jewelry Under $5,000

Gabriel & Co. (1st Place and Retailer’s Choice)

Oval and round beaded link necklace in 14K yellow gold, $3,775

Kyle Roderick:

Excellent investment piece that works for day and night.

David Johnson:

Perfect everyday piece that can anchor a personal jewelry collection.

Mary Margaret Beaver:

This necklace is so versatile — it will make a timeless statement worn alone and is also a great option for layering to achieve that perfect neck mess we all want in everyday life.

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INSTORE Design Awards 2022 – Gold Jewelry Under $5,000

 

INSTORE Design Awards 2022 – Gold Jewelry Under $5,000

Heavenly Vices Fine Jewelry

Luck Lock necklace in 14K yellow gold has a three-sided combination lock on a Belcher chain with each side representing a single sentiment in the Roman alphabet, Victorian symbols, and Braille, and four symbols of luck (horseshoe, clover, number 13, and ivy leaf); lock is 27 mm wide and opens to reveal a message when all line up, $4,250


INSTORE Design Awards 2022 – Gold Jewelry Under $5,000

 

INSTORE Design Awards 2022 – Gold Jewelry Under $5,000

Shimansky

Infinity ring in 18K tri-color gold, $4,800

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