We asked five retailers located in four corners of the country to share their best-selling yellow gold pieces this week.
Blocher Jewelers, Ellwood City, Pa.
1AR by UnoAerre 18k gold plated earrings (Photo courtesy of UnoAerre)
1AR by UnoAerre 18k gold-plated fashion jewelry, $100–$300. “They offer big gold looks for a good price point,” says owner Mary DiCaprio. “For someone who wants to buy a big bold gold bracelet, this is a way to do it without spending $2,000 or $3,000.”
Aires Jewelers, Morris Plains, N.J.
A&Z Pearls gold necklace and earrings with golden South Seas pearls and citrines (Photo courtesy of A&Z Pearls)
A&Z Pearls gold necklace with 12 mm golden South Seas pearls and citrines, $5,600, and matching earrings, $1,400. “The necklace is a long length, so you can double it,” notes owner Chris Arends. “Everyone you show it to, it looks amazing on. People don’t expect it. They look at a pearl piece and they don’t expect such a high-fashion piece. It’s about as much golden yellow as you can get.”
A.H. Gaspar, Montecito, Calif.
Alex Sepkus gold and gemstone ring (Photo courtesy of Alex Sepkus)
Alex Sepkus gold collection, $1,000–$20,000. “It’s just different-looking,” says owner Arthur Gaspar, “and it’s a fairly widespread line, so there’s [variety].”
Robert’s Fine Jewelry, Houston
Roberto Coin Capriplus bracelet (Photo courtesy of Roberto Coin)
Roberto Coin gold fine fashion jewelry, $450–$10,000. “The brand is so diverse with what it does, so it’s one of the few lines we carry that features an extensive grouping of gold,” says owner Bobby Wizig. “It’s classic, stylish and has the comfort zone of a name brand.”