Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Holiday Giving-Jewelry Sparkling to Sublime:Part 2

NYC

Precious metals and precious stones...the combinations earn the sublime adjective in this jewelry title. At recent media previews, including one hosted by the Platinum Guild, we had quite a few verbal exclamation points...at the exquisite-ness of these pieces.

Priced as one might expect...


Stackable rings...add on as an annual gift-NICE!.Pictured -these GIA certified  diamonds+ precious stones---by Laurence Bruyninck - Antwerp...highlight a new trend in jewelry wearing -interchangeable pieces --- set in 18k yellow, white and rose gold or platinum


the beauty of dangling earrings-made of precious stones including fiery Fire Stone Opal, diamonds and platinum...  detaches for multiple wearing options.SO SMART. Can buy earring components in customizable- tops, bellies, and enhancers. By Featherstone Design


our biggest obsession of the night...By Featherstone...full and half finger rings-platinum, diamonds and precious stones make a statement ----


Together=WOW!

Game of thrones-y "Punk Platinum" by Wendy Brandes Fine Jewelry-Full Finger Barbed Wire made with 27 diamond rounds totally .12 carats, 3 ruby rounds...$10,000
layers of fabulousness...by Red Carpet go-to - Beverly Hills based- Martin Katz Jewel...this detailed diamond and amethysts setting is laboriously finely wrought- wonderfully offsets the lusciousness of this rare Black Opal -accordingly, part of the aptly named Haute Art collection






Gumuchian Cascade Diamond Earrings-platinum+diamonds- stunning-made by three women in NYC.

Cliq® Superfit® Ring-with a patented hinge-latch design-fits those with knuckle 'issues' -complex dome illuminated with round brilliant diamonds, approximately .53cts tw


The Empress necklace by America's first jeweler,  Black, Starr & Frost is made of exceedingly rare cornflower blue Burmese sapphires---and we were told-took 13 years+ to assemble. 


Truly a once-in-a-lifetime treasure...the magnificent hand work is best seen from the back of the necklace...
Part One