Diamonds, May 2017



Trend Game

A Different Angle

A bevy of hot bridal jewelry collections are tipping princess-cut diamonds on their sides to feature rhombus-shape center stones in their latest engagement ring designs. Recent styles from Karl Lagerfeld Bridal Jewelry, Scott Kay Jewelry, and Natalie K for ­Forevermark include the look, which has been dubbed “compass-set.” Going full tilt never looked so fierce.

(Above) 18k rose gold ring with 0.59 ct. t.w. diamonds; $3,100 (center stone not included); Scott Kay Jewelry; info@scottkay.com; scottkay.com

 


18k white gold ring with 0.26 ct. t.w. round diamonds; price on request (center stone not included); Natalie K for Forevermark; info@nataliek.com; nataliek.com

 


Platinum ring with 0.34 ct. t.w. diamonds; $4,500 (center stone not included); Karl Lagerfeld Bridal Jewelry; info@sayyeswithkarl.com; sayyeswithkarl.com

 

 

Hot Stock Tip

Eastern Parade

 

Bold jewelry styles inspired by the curvaceous lines of traditional Indian and Middle Eastern design are always in demand. But in its latest collection, Simon G. has created a series of diamond-studded baubles that fuse classic Eastern aesthetics with an airiness of design that feels decidedly modern.

18k white gold earrings with 0.67 ct. t.w. round white diamonds, $2,420simongjewelry.com