In Case You Missed It: 36 of the Coolest Bridal Styles You Should Have in Your Store

If you couldn’t make it to my seminar, “The Coolest Bridal Styles You Should Have in Your Store,” on Friday, May 31, at JCK Las Vegas, I’ve featured some of my picks here. (If you want the full Powerpoint file—containing more than 60 different SKUs—email me at jheebner@jckonline.com.) The styles featured are from JCK show exhibitors only, with many pieces photographed right on the show floor when the LUXURY show opened May 28. Selects aim to offer store owners another perspective on bridal jewelry options, with perhaps some lesser-known makers and nontraditional offerings.

Danhov semi-mount

Eleganza floral semi-mount in 18k gold, starting at $1,500 retail without melee; Danhov

Amden diamonds set within diamond rings

Diamonds set into diamonds and black rhodium bands in 18k gold, starting at $3,150 and $4,191; Amden

Michael B semi-mount
Twist prototype semi-mount in 18k gold, $3,300; Michael B.

Norman Covan bands

Rose- and ideal-cut diamond bands in 18k gold, starting at $2,800; Norman Covan

Norman Covan bands

Rose-cut diamond bands in 18k gold, $1,200; Norman Covan

Norman Covan bands

Bands in 18k gold with graduated sizes of rose and ideal cuts, $1,085 each; Norman Covan

Edward Mirell ring 

Band in black titanium and silver with 0.1 ct. t.w. diamonds, $769; Edward Mirell

Sethi Couture band

Band in 18k gold with black rhodium and 0.37 ct. t.w. diamonds from the Ivy collection, $2,300; Sethi Couture

Cherie Dori bands in 18k gold

Bands in 18k gold, some with diamonds, starting at $400; Cherie Dori/Diadori

Gumuchian band

Three-row Nutmeg band in 18k pink gold with 0.25 ct. t.w. diamonds, $2,400; Gumuchian

Maevona rings

Semi-mounts in 18k gold from the Scottish Wildflowers collection, starting at $1,965 with 0.15 ct. t.w. diamonds; MaeVona