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Vicente Agor Announces First Bridal Collection

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Jewelry designer Vicente Agor is announcing his first bridal collection, Bond.

Agor’s fine jewelry collections are inspired by his personal memories and experiences, and his own marriage last year inspired the launch of his first bridal collection.

Visual inspiration for the bridal line comes from Agor’s fascination with the ocean.

“We like the symbol of a wave because it signifies motion much like the progress of a relationship and the ever changing flow of life,” Agor says. “When you double the wave onto itself, you get the infinity symbol, another representation of enduring love.”

With social responsibility in mind, Agor uses recycled 18-karat yellow and white gold combined with antique, vintage or conflict-free diamonds in this collection. The idea of using center stone diamonds from antique or vintage jewelry was appealing to Agor.

“To me there is something very appealing about mixing the old with modern design,” he says. “We find that our customers cultivate their personal style with a mix of new and old, classic and contemporary.”

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San Francisco-based jewelry designer Vicente Agor is announcing his first bridal collection, called Bond.

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