You all know Rahaminov for its epic diamond jewelry: massive rocks on rings, luxurious Riviera necklaces, earrings dripping with sparkle. It’s some of the most wonderful jewelry you could ever dream of owning—and dream we do, about where and when to wear such striking pieces. Now the family-run diamond house is making it easier for admirers to don a piece of Rahaminov, with its new collection of essentials, designed for daily, no-fuss wear.
Featuring a line of choker-length Riviera necklaces and stackable bracelets, the pieces aren’t any less dazzling (and price points still are not for the budget-minded), but they are more akin to the everyday. Classic yet always in style, the collection boasts designs that can easily run the gamut from a day in the office to a night on the town, without needing your own private security guard.
Choker necklace in 18k white gold with 9.37 cts. t.w. diamonds, $27,200
Oval bangle bracelet in 18k white gold with 9.22 cts. t.w. diamonds, $76,000
The collection reflect’s the brand interest in keeping future (and current) generations in mind. Those with spending power aren’t necessarily opposed to splurging, they just want the most bang for their buck.
Classic styles—preferably updated, clean, and crisp—are an easy choice, because they go with everything and come with an excuse to literally never take them off if you don’t want to (though you should for showering, sleeping, and working out, but I’ll save the lecture for another time). You may not feel that way about all of these pieces (nearly 40 carats of diamonds is a lot to wear to bed, though I envy those with the option), but the sleek silhouettes do beg for more than just special occasion spotlights.
Oval Riviera necklace in platinum with 38.21 cts. t.w. diamonds, price on request
Bangle bracelet in 18k white gold with 13.37 cts. t.w. diamonds, $172,000
“The next generation of jewelry purchasers wants pieces that fit into their everyday lives,” said director of business development Melanie Goldfiner, in a press release. “Gone are the days of jewelry sitting in a vault, only to see the sun three times a year.”
Bar necklace in 18k white gold with 15.21 cts. t.w. diamonds, $96,000
Bangle bracelet in 18k white gold with 8.7 cts. t.w. diamonds, $50,000
The new additions to Rahaminov’s repertoire will be available to retailers this spring and are set to debut at the Centurion jewelry show in Scottsdale, Ariz., later this month. For more information, visit rahaminov.com.
(Top: Emerald-cut line necklace in 18k white gold with 30.17 cts. t.w. diamonds, $132,000)