6 trends that ruled in Arizona

Tucson, Ariz.–During the first week of February, fine jewelry and gemstones took over two cities in Arizona–with the gem shows scattered across Tucson and the Centurion show in Scottsdale–highlighting the trends in finished jewels and colored stones that will be seen throughout 2015.

In Tucson, pinks and blues popped at the AGTA GemFair, JCK Tucson, and GJX, with both morganite and sapphire as two of the standout stones.

This ring from Isabelle Langlois

 

This ring from Isabelle Langlois features dark and light blue topaz, rainbow moonstone and diamonds made in 18-karat pink gold ($1,699)

Izi Margonite Ring

 

Izi Creations’ morganite, diamond and 14-karat rose gold ring ($11,000)

Carelle pink stones

 

Carelle’s steps ring features a spinel center accented with diamonds in 18-karat rose gold ($12,950).

Frederic Duclos

 

Frederic Duclos’ chalcedony, amazonite, amethyst, rose quartz and mother of pearl necklace ($495)

Margery Hirschey asymmetrical earrings

 

Margery Hirschey’s asymmetrical earrings boast sapphire, tourmaline and vessonite in 22-karat gold ($9,625).

Lisa Nikasymmetrical earrings

 

Lisa Nik’s one-of-a-kind asymmetrical earrings feature golden beryl and diamonds, set in black rhodium-plated 18-karat white gold ($6,000).

Roberto Coin necklace

Roberto Coin’s “Black Jade” double-strand necklace in 18-karat rose gold with diamonds, black jade and green agate ($6,800) …see all at nationaljeweler.com

One Comment

  1. Posted June 5, 2015 at 23:35 | #

    That morganite diamond is absolutely beautiful! Such a good show in Tucson this year (and every year for that matter)

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