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Victorian-Era Coins, Bronfman and Muzo Collaboration and More Opening Lines for February

The year’s newest collections include a first-time launch for Kristy Ford and men’s collection by Leslie Paige.

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Victorian-Era Coins, Bronfman and Muzo Collaboration and More Opening Lines for February
18K yellow gold and argentium silver ring with rhodolite (3.49 TCW)

Kristy’s Creations

Kristy Ford Jewelry has just launched its first collection and it’s a noteworthy debut. Elegant and thoughtfully designed, each piece holds the grace of a different era. Kristy Ford prioritizes ethically responsible practices and price points that make the line both high quality and accessible.

kristyfordjewelry.com

$2,495

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Victorian-Era Coins, Bronfman and Muzo Collaboration and More Opening Lines for February

14K rose gold and diamond (0.51 TCW) pendant necklace with a 1861 Seated Liberty Half Dollar coin with monogram in yellow, white and rose gold

Stylish Sentiments

Each Heavenly Vices design starts with a vintage love token. Originally made from coins, these treasures were engraved in the Victorian era as gifts for sweethearts, mothers, beloved friends — each one tells a story. Romantic, unique, and oh-so-collectible!

heavenlyvicesfinejewelry.com

$3,080

Victorian-Era Coins, Bronfman and Muzo Collaboration and More Opening Lines for February

18K yellow fairmined gold with Muzo emerald (4.35 TCW) and diamonds (0.18 TCW)

Emerald City

Designer Dana Bronfman has teamed up with Muzo Emeralds to create a collection of one-of-a-kind pieces featuring Muzo’s lush, untreated green emeralds from Colombia. The rare stones are made even more beautiful by Muzo’s commitment to ethics, sustainability and women’s empowerment.

danabronfman.com

$11,300

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Victorian-Era Coins, Bronfman and Muzo Collaboration and More Opening Lines for February

Sterling silver stud earrings with Swarovski Pure Brilliance Zirconia detailing

Have You Heard?

Chamilia, a Swarvoski company, has added several new styles of stud earrings to its offerings. The chic, easy-to-love designs, many of which complement motifs from the brand’s other designs, come in sterling silver, 14K gold, or Chamilia blush and feature Swarovski Crystals and Swarovski Zirconia.

chamilia.com

$35

Victorian-Era Coins, Bronfman and Muzo Collaboration and More Opening Lines for February

Puzzle ring in 14K white and yellow gold

A Manly Puzzle

Leslie Paige Jewelry has launched a new men’s line! The collection is very structural and offers a variety of designs that play with space, such as the two band or five band puzzle rings. A creative option for men who want something eye-catching but still sleek.

lesliepaigejewelry.com

$2,200

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