Debuting in Las Vegas: Leo Ingwer’s New 1939 Bridal Jewelry Collection

The Style 360 blog’s “Debuting in Las Vegas” series casts a spotlight on new jewelry you can expect to see at the annual jewelry trade shows taking place at the end of May and the first week of June in Las Vegas.

Longtime New York City diamantaire and bridal jewelry maker Leo Ingwer is proud of its 75 years in business and has a new jewelry collection to prove it. The 1939 by Leo Ingwer line will be unveiled at JCK Las Vegas in Suite 61-905 at TheHotel (next to Mandalay Bay) and will feature matching engagement semi-mounts and wedding bands in 14k and 18k gold, as well as pendant necklaces and some cocktail rings. The inspiration for the styles comes from—no surprise—antique numbers circa “the 1930s and 1940s for today’s modern woman,” explains Ashely Ingwer. “This collection is in honor of our 75th anniversary, as our grandfather Leo first started this business in 1939.”

Retail prices start at $1,200 in 18k gold, and buy-in is $2,500. Make an appointment to see the collection and to learn about the show special associated with it.

Leo Ingwer engagement semi-mount from the new 1939 by Leo Ingwer collection

Engagement semi-mount in 14k gold with 0.19 ct .t.w. diamonds from the 1939 by Leo Ingwer collection, $2,000; Leo Ingwer

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