The 1996 film Tin Cup starring Rene Russo helped catapult station necklaces—dubbed Tin Cups after the movie’s release—into a still-robust spotlight. Jewelry designer Wendy Brigode made Russo’s necklace (featuring pearls) in the film, but many other artists make the simple style defined by design elements between lengths of chain. Consider these five new options for your store.
Déjà Vu station necklace in sterling silver with rhodium plating, $239; Elle Time & Jewelry
Station necklace in 14k gold with 0.97 ct. t.w. diamonds, $2,235; KC Designs
Pyramid chain necklace in 18k rose and yellow gold and sterling silver, $1,510; Dana Bronfman
Starbit chain in sterling silver and 18k gold with Australian opals, akoya pearls, and 0.16 ct. t.w. diamond, $3,500; Unhada
La Petite Cluster necklace in 18k yellow gold with 0.3 ct. t.w. diamonds, $3,500; Judith Ripka
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