Designs from 12 exhibitors at Centurion 2014, held Feb. 1–5, in Scottsdale, Ariz., have received recognition by retailer attendees in the Centurion Design Awards.
Retailers could vote on their favorite looks in 12 different categories, and makers were not identified, though materials used to make pieces were. Winners were announced at the annual awards dinner, sponsored by Veranda magazine, on Monday, Feb. 3.
Winners are as follows:
A. Link & Co. won for a shared prong halo-style engagement ring in platinum with diamonds and special detailing on the shank.
Colored Stone Classic
Jack Abraham won for a Thai ruby in a platinum and 18k yellow gold ring.
Colored Stone Fashion
Spark Creations won for a necklace with a 38.3 ct. Ethiopian opal, 9.79 ct. spessartite garnet, and 2.21 cts. t.w. diamonds, and yellow gold accents.
Rebecca’s cuff of 24k rose gold over bronze with shimmering accents
William Levine won for a platinum bracelet with 10.19 cts. t.w. cushion-cut diamonds with 1.34 cts. t.w. diamonds.
Siera Jewelry won for an 18k white gold necklace with diamonds and onyx.
Heather Moore won for a 14k yellow gold locket ring with a 14k white gold raised date and interior plate and a channel-set diamond hinged cap.
Mixed Precious Metals
Arman Sarkisyan of Arman won for his Sacred Heart necklace in 22k gold with oxidized silver, diamonds, rose-cut diamonds, rubellite, kyanite, and sapphires.
Yvel won for an 18k white gold bracelet with silver baroque freshwater soufflé pearls with 9.85 cts. t.w. diamonds.
Coast Diamond won for a ring featuring a 3.9 ct. heart-shaped spinel with diamonds.
Syna won for a silver owl pendant with 18k yellow gold accents, champagne diamonds, and tsavorites.
Watch with gemstones from Marco Moore