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Rona Fisher Named Finalist in JCK’s 2016 Jewelers’ Choice Awards

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Rona Fisher’s Dancing Diamond Ring

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PHILADELPHIA – Rona Fisher, of Rona Fisher Jewelry Design in Philadelphia, has announced that one of her jewelry pieces was named a finalist in the 2016 JCK Jewelers’ Choice Awards competition.

Now in its ninth year, the JCK Jewelers’ Choice Awards is a design competition that challenges designers and manufacturers to create innovative pieces and offers retailers the opportunity to vote on their favorites. This year’s competition included 20 jewelry categories, each divided into several price ranges.

An announcement of all the winners and finalists can be found in the March/April 2016 issue of JCK Magazine, and the grand prize winner is featured on the cover.

Fisher’s winning design, The Dancing Diamonds Ring (pictured), placed third in the Mixed Metal Jewelry Over $1,000 category. From her Skinny Pebbles collection, it features her signature river pebbles motif, and, like much of Fisher’s work, has an upscale organic look and the feeling of movement of rushing streams. It is hand-forged, cast and fabricated, and retails for $2,795. “I’m very happy to be a finalist in such a large arena with such stiff competition,” says Fisher.

Rona Fisher Jewelry Design, located in the Jewelry Trade Center on Philadelphia’s Jewelers’ Row, has been creating and selling fine handmade jewelry since 1991. Fisher’s work can be viewed at ronafisher.com. She will exhibit in the Design Center Booth #DC500 at JCK Las Vegas, June 3-6.

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