Newcomer Doryn Wallach’s affinity for Art Deco styling and Hollywood Regency flair is clear to see in her signature style. The New York City–based designer debuted her collection—rich in interior design motifs like stylized drawer pulls, scales, and fine ribbing—this year with clean lines sculpted in 18k matte yellow gold and negative space unifying all. She comes from interior design but started sketching jewelry less than two years ago, making her first public appearance at the recently held Jewelers of America Press Preview. “My premier collection comes together after several years of redesigning older jewelry pieces that family members gave me and after studies at the GIA, the Jewelry Arts Institute, and the International School of Gemology,” she explains. To date, Wallach is featuring black and colorless diamonds, onyx, turquoise, and agate in styles that are made in the U.S. by skilled bench artists.
Starting retail price: $1,400
Trade fairs: None to date
Retailer buy-in: Eight to 12 pieces
Contact: Doryn Wallach, NYC; 800-906-0761
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