Spring Sellers: Best-Selling Silver Pieces

We asked four retailers located in four corners of the country to share their top-selling silver pieces this week.

NORTH

Steve Pronko Diamonds & Fine Jewelry, Dickson City, Penn.

Pandora two-tone and sterling silver beads, $25 to $45 each. “People love that you can create your own piece with Pandora,” says owner Nicholas Pronko. “And each bead has a different meaning, so it’s very personal.”

 

Sterling silver Pandora birthday gift set (photo courtesy of Pandora)

SOUTH

Hancock Jewelers, Goodlettsville, Tenn.          

Elle Jewelry sterling silver knot ring $190. “It’s a large and chunky piece, and chunky pieces tend to do really well right now,” says co-owner Ashley Hancock. “It’s also not horribly expensive, which makes it more attractive.”

 

Sterling Silver knot ring by Elle Jewelry (photo courtesy of Elle Jewelry)

EAST

Mystique Fine Jewelry Designs, Old Town Alexandria, Va.

Lika Behar oxidized sterling silver bangle with 1 ct. t.w. sapphires, $780. “It’s really on fashion and the price point has made it popular,” says Ivan Naranjo, the store’s master goldsmith and sales associate.

 

Lika Behar oxidized silver-and-gem bangle bracelet (photo courtesy of Mystique Fine Jewelry Designs)

WEST

Fox Fine Jewelry, Ventura, Calif.

Pom briolette-cut gemstone-and-sterling silver necklaces and earrings, $60 to $200. “I sell so much of it because it’s so cheap,” says owner Debbie Fox. “It’s also really fun and flirty and casual and uses real stones, not crystals.”

 

Pom briolette gemstone and sterling silver necklace (photo courtesy of Fox Fine Jewelry)