In Part 1, we looked at our lab-grown, personalization, and gemstone winners. In Part 2, we’ll look at the inspiration behind our unique bridal winners.
This updated ballerina was designed for the romantic bride who knows that more is more- who can layer antiques with modern trend flawlessly. A traditional halo look, with the geometric north/ south baguettes that has a distinct personality.
123996*: 2nd Place JCK Platinum Jewelry $10,000 & Under
This engagement was inspired by glamorous brides who are seeking a stacked look in her engagement. A design that’s markedly different from the run of the mill solitaire, we picture this for the bride who’s trendy, feminine and unique in her center shape choice.
123734*: 2nd Place JCK Best Bridal Design $2,500 & Under
Riveting Rose Cuts
Over the past year, we have been layering rose-cut engagement rings into our assortment. Rose-cut stones date back to the sixteenth century, but have grown in popularity the last few years. These trending stones allow us to design into bigger carat looks while keeping the total carat weight low because of the 24 facets. These have such a beautiful, low profile look on the hand and are a perfect fit for the low key, elegant bride who wants a non-traditional diamond engagement ring.
Rose-cut and our other unique cut diamonds can be shopped here.
124130*: 3rd Place INSTORE Best Engagement/Wedding Rings Under $5,000
*dictates items available in platinum
Don’t forget to check out Part 1 of this blog series, where we look at our winning lab-grown and gemstone looks. You can also browse all of our 2020 award-winning designs here.
Do you have a favorite award winner? Let us know in the comments below!