Supplier News: Week of Oct. 26

Imagine Bridal Teams Up With Forevermark


Imagine Bridal will collaborate with Forevermark Diamonds on a new collection of wedding jewelry that will be available exclusively to authorized Forevermark retailers, according to a press release.

“The Imagine Bridal and Forevermark partnership brings together two brands with the same common vision,” said Brian Hakimian, president of Imagine Bridal. “We will hand-craft and design classic heirloom jewelry with Forevermark diamonds that have been hand selected for their beauty, and we will distribute our collections with the help of our Forevermark retail partners.”

The Imagine Bridal Forevermark collection will feature uniquely designed anniversary bands, eternity bands, engagement rings, pendants, and earrings.

For more information about the Imagine Bridal Forevermark collection, visit



Stuller Launches Version 5 of CounterSketch Studio

Stuller CounterSketch Studio version 5

Jewelry manufacturer Stuller and technology solutions company Gemvision are bringing jewelry design software into the future with the fifth installment of CounterSketch Studio.

Version 5 of the jewelry design software offers access to new technology such as 3-D printing design models, the ability to create a custom design around a specific diamond, and exact pricing for pieces created with CounterSketch Studio, all of which can be done right on the sales floor.

“We’ve enhanced the custom-design experience to a new level with version 5,” said Jeff High, president of Gemvision and chief innovation officer for Stuller. “Now through the Project 3D Printer, jewelers have the opportunity to print a resin model right from the software and present customers with a tangible version of their unique design.”

For more information about CounterSketch Studio, visit


Charles Garnier Paris Releases New Hearts and Arrows Catalog

Charles Garnier Hearts and Arrows Diamond collection
Charles Garnier Paris focuses exclusively on Hearts and Arrows Diamonds in its latest collection of sterling silver jewelry. The company is also using faceted gemstones in 10 different colors, including blue topaz, amethyst, and lapis lazuli. This is the first time in the United States that a company is exclusively using Hearts and Arrows with sterling silver jewelry, according to a press release.

“The response has been excellent and our customers, based mostly of independents, love the opportunity to differentiate themselves from the chains,” said Julie Franco, vice president of sales. “The quality and the cut of our diamonds make all the difference.”

Prices range from $295 to just under $1,000, with some exceptions. To learn more or to book a viewing appointment, contact Charles Garnier at 800-722-3721, ext. 1.