The brightest pieces of Centurion Show jewelry
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Published by 10.02.2013 Modified by 29.10.2021
The first big show in the U.S. this year, the Centurion Jewelry Show, was held from February 3 to 5. It featured only high-end jewelry. And it allows visitors to be the first to see the new collections and jewelry
Erica Courtney, one of the few designers who can always stay on trend and still maintain the highest standards of quality, presented an entire collection of jewelry in green, including a gold ring with a large emerald.
A ring of 8-carat gold with a scattering of diamonds and a large cabochon emerald. The engagement ring from Jeff Cooper Designs showcases a graceful row of diamonds spanning half of the ring, with another sparkling large diamond in the center. The ring is available in platinum or 18k gold. Damiani introduced a new line of jewelry called “D.Icon” that includes this stylish white ceramic ring with rose gold and 0.21 carat diamonds inlays. Mimi So bracelet in 18k pink gold, set with an exquisite leaf with an inlay of multiple diamonds. The bracelet combines with rings from the same collection. Fope Gioielli introduced a flexible bracelet in 18-karat gold that is part of the “Flex’it Solo” collection. Graceful earrings-ring made of 18-karat white gold, decorated with pendants of topaz, introduced Lisa Nick. A new exhibitor, Syna Jewels, showed a line of colorful chalcedony drop-shaped pendants framed in yellow gold as part of their Mogul collection. Necklace from Links of London in 8K rose gold with a black pearl from the Effervescence collection. The 18-karat white gold plant motif bracelet with individual elements of yellow gold with diamond inlays is designed by Beverley K.