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Omi Privé Honored By AGTA with Six AGTA Spectrum Awards

The annual competition was held on October 24th and 25th.

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(PRESS RELEASE) LOS ANGELES — Omi Privé has been named winner of six esteemed AGTA Spectrum Awards for 2020. The annual competition was held on October 24th and 25th and Omi Privé is delighted and honored to receive affirmation by the esteemed industry experts.

The first-place prize for the Bridal Wear category and Manufacturing Honors were bestowed upon Omi Privé’s 3.38 carat oval Zambian emerald and diamond platinum ring. Bridal Wear Honorable Mention was awarded to a rare 2.21 carat oval grandidierite, alexandrite and diamond ring. A remarkable 10.10 carat oval pink sapphire and platinum ring with ombré pink sapphire and diamond accents was awarded 2nd place and Platinum Honors in the Classical Category. And in the Cutting Edge Awards in the All Other Gemstones Category, 3rd place was awarded to a 25.23 carat pear-shape imperial topaz.

“With such a high level of competition, we are incredibly proud to receive this recognition and want to congratulate all other participants and fellow winners” said Niveet Nagpal, president and head designer of Omi Privé. “It’s truly an honor to have our work and passion recognized by your peers. Receiving six awards including Manufacturing Honors is a great validation to the skill and passion of our entire team and the hard work they put in every day.”

The expert panel of judges included: Michael Johnson, Eiseman Jewels; Monica Kitt, Arkenstone, Ltd.; Clare Adams Kittle, Clare Adams Kittle Company; Chris Pampillonia, Pampillonia Designs; and Ray Zajicek, Equatorian Imports.

Further details of the award winning pieces may be found online at OmiPrivé.com.

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