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Parade’s Regal New Bridal Line and More Releases for June




Fit for a Queen

The Hera collection of engagement rings from Parade offers a selection of new bridal pieces characterized by openwork diamond halos and intricate millegrain detailing. With a hint of vintage inspiration, the Hera rings are perfect for the romantic, sophisticated bride.

 Hera collection engagement ring in platinum.

$2,800 (without center stone)

Meet Your Match

Nataly Aponte is inspired by matches — both their shape and their flammability. The result is a surprisingly diverse, dynamic collection filled with vertical strokes and references to fire. This bold geometry sometimes has an art deco vibe, but the whole of Nataly’s aesthetic is all her own.


Magnificent Fire Matchstick in 18K yellow gold with a diamond and pink and blue sapphires.


Black is the New Black 

The Diamond Essentials Concave Black Collection from Links of London offers everyday diamond jewelry for the customer who wants something a little bit bold: the sparkle of black diamonds. These pieces offer a hint of darkness in an edgy but still accessible array of styles.

18K yellow gold vermeil earrings with black diamonds.



Modern Memento Mori 

Alexis Kletjian is already a cult favorite with industry insiders; it’s only a matter of time before the rest of the world falls in love with her work, too. The designer’s latest collection features tiny, irresistible skull motifs in a variety of forms, from charms to slides to cuff bracelets.

Skull cuff in 14K yellow gold with a diamond and black diamond eyes.


Can You Hear These?

Jordana Adrienne’s collection takes inspiration from the way the designer sees the world — and as this designer has synesthesia, the way she sees the world is more unique than most. Her designs are both crisp and flowing; they beg to be worn with a thousand different outfits.


 18K yellow chevron bangle.


This article originally appeared in the June 2017 edition of INSTORE.



Wilkerson Testimonials

When Liquidation Is the Best Option, This Legendary Jeweler Chose Wilkerson

George Koueiter & Sons Jewelers, a 65-year old jewelry institution in Grosse Pointe, MI, had always been a mainstay in this suburban Detroit community. But when owners George and Paul Koueiter were ready to retire, they made the decision to close rather than sell. “We decided our best option to do the liquidation sale was Wilkerson,” says Paul Koueiter. The results, says George Koueiter, exceeded expectations and the process was easy. “Wilkerson just kept us in mind,” says George. “They never did anything without asking and whatever they asked us to do was just spot on.”

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