Bridal: November–December 2016


Love Birds

With its striking mix of Deco silhouettes and asymmetrical modern designs loaded with colored stones, Doves’ new Little Bird Bridal collection is made for millennials. “This generation is known for creativity. They are open to new concepts in bridal jewelry,” says president Doron Hakimian. Composed of some 60 SKUs in 14k and 18k gold, the line retails for as little as $600. 

(Top) Semi-mount in 18k white gold with 0.48 ct. t.w. diamonds, $2,500, ring in 18k rose gold with 0.81 ct. peach morganite and 0.43 ct. t.w. diamonds, $2,300Doves by Doron Paloma, Great Neck, N.Y.; 888-663-6837;

(Inset) Ring in 18k white gold with a 1.04 ct. yellow beryl and 0.58 ct. t.w. diamonds, $2,350  



La Vie Bohème


Designer Delphine Leymarie’s latest ode to love and commitment is Bohème, a wedding jewelry line reflecting her signature architectural aesthetic combined with a softer, more bohemian-chic vibe. Vibrant gemstones frequently take the place of diamonds across the collection—“like wildflower bouquets or cacti in bloom,” says the designer. 

Rings in reclaimed 18k yellow gold and oxidized silver bands with orange sapphires and diamonds, $128–$1,599,


“A lot of customers come in with ring pictures on a cellphone. A man will say, ‘Here’s what’s on her Pinterest page.’ We can create custom pieces in CAD, and we try to get men to buy matching bands that day because you’ll otherwise miss the sale.”

—Michael Haines, owner, The Diamond Shop, Lewiston, Idaho

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