Cindy’s TrendTracker: Enameled jewels

Resource : nationaljeweler.com
By Cindy Edelstein |

Enameled jewels come in and out of vogue every few years and, thank goodness, right now is a great time to bring it all back.

There are some new designers utilizing enamel in unique ways–figurative designs that border on cartoonish comes to mind–and others who just go for the pop of color only enamel can bring, whether it’s the opaque champlevé technique or the delicate, sheer plique-à-jour of yesteryear. This is definitely a technique worth showcasing and sharing with customers who are on the hunt for something truly different.

Here are 10 designs that show off all that enamel can bring to your showcases with wit, elegance and artistry. …read more at nationaljeweler.com

Lord Jewelry Butterfly

Another from Lord Jewelry, its mastery of enamel is best seen in this butterfly brooch in 18-karat yellow gold with diamonds and sapphires, enchanted with jewelry enameling (price upon request).

Lydia-Courteille

This ring by Lydia Courteille is made in enamel, diamonds and 18-karat white gold (price upon request).

Lord-Jewelry

Lord’s “Merry-Go-Round” ring is made in 18-karat yellow gold with 3.03 carats of diamonds and 1.50 carats of rubies. It spins around and is decorated with jewelry enameling (price upon request).

Elizabeth-Buenaventura

Elizabeth Buenaventura’s “Duality” ring is made in sterling silver with black and white diamonds and blue enamel ($430)

…see more at nationaljeweler.com

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