You are here

A Champagne Diamond & Emerald Ring From Loren Ridinger for Loren Jewels

An 18k gold and sterling silver ring from Loren Ridinger is big—“a statement piece that runs from the base of the finger to the knuckle in a North-South orientation,” says Allison Pellegrino, director of sales and marketing for Loren Ridinger for Loren Jewels. The Miami-based firm first showed the ring, set with 3.85 cts. t.w. champagne diamonds and 14.66 cts. pear-cut emeralds, to Oxygene in Bal Harbour, Fla., this year, but two other stores, also in the Sunshine state, ended up placing orders thus far.

At $10,145 retail, the ring has a classic diamond look, but with the “pop of color” that Ridinger wanted, says Pellegrino. Ridinger’s jewelry is made in the United States, as well as in India and Asia; she doesn’t currently exhibit at any jewelry trade fairs.

While the company favors making one-of-a-kinds, it could be persuaded to make this particular piece again if the right stones surfaced. “It would take a while to find the same quality emeralds,” says Pellegrino

For price-point designs from Ridinger, check her out later today on HSN.com between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. where she’ll debut new styles from her Yours by Loren line for the television retailer.

Loren Ridinger for Loren Jewels Champagne Diamond and Emerald Ring in 18k gold and silver

Ring in 18k yellow gold and sterling silver with 3.85 cts. t.w. champagne diamonds and 14.66 cts. t.w. pear-cut emeralds; $10,145; Loren Ridinger for Loren Jewels

Like this article? Stay up to date with the latest jewelry news

Subscribe to JCK News Daily

Register For

JCK Las Vegas

Friday, June 3 - Monday, June 6, 2016

Register Today!
Subscribe now to

JCK News Daily

Receive the latest news directly to your inbox



The Tucson show is always fun but this year instead of just shopping...

In my experience, Millennials are more than happy to pay whatever the...

Well that is good news for the industry for the coming decade!...

Pandora built their american brand on the backs of hard working...

Allow me to doubt on that point. But essentially, though it sounds...