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‘The Bachelor’ Star Caila Quinn Wears Designer Susan Eisen’s Diamond Earrings

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Caila Quinn, star of ABC’s “The Bachelor,” wore a pair of diamond dangle earrings from designer Susan Eisen’s Diamond Vine Collection on the show that aired on ABC on March 8.

Photos and videos of Quinn wearing the diamond earrings have appeared in Glamour, US Weekly, E! Online, Access Hollywood and other major fashion magazines and sites during the weeks after her interview with the show’s host, Chris Harrison.

Eisen has been designing jewelry for her private clients since 1980 when she opened her first retail jewelry store in El Paso, Texas. Since 2014, more than 25 of her jewelry designs have been worn on the red carpet at the Emmy Awards, the Screen Actor’s Guild Awards and the Academy Awards.

“I am thrilled to have my designs chosen by the stars and their stylists from the thousands of other wonderful designs created by America’s most well known designers,” Eisen says. “The support of my El Paso customers has allowed me to reach out and create the designs I love to make.”

In her jewelry design studio, Eisen uses a variety of styles, techniques, precious metals and gemstones in her work. While white and black diamonds make up the majority of the pieces made for her celebrity clients, she also uses unusual gemstones such as watermelon tourmaline slices, freeform shaped cultured pearls and contemporary cut onyx, aquamarines and amethysts.

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Eisen is a specialist in creating contemporary couture jewelry pieces along with redesigning vintage and heirloom jewelry. She is available for design consultations at her store at 5857 N. Mesa St., Suite 19, El Paso, TX. For more information, visit susaneisencouturejewelry.com or call 915-584-0022.

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