February 1998

Diamonds: New Products



As supplies of big diamonds tighten and prices rise, more and more designers are clustering smaller diamonds to create a big look.There seems to be no creative limit on how they use pavé, channel and invisible settings in various metals with various finishes for these fresh looks.

The Structures Collection by Suna Bros. features pavé-set diamonds in iridium platinum. Suna Bros. Inc., 10 W. 46th St., New York, NY 10036; (212) 869-5670, fax (212) 869-5922.


Platinum Companions brushed platinum pendants with diamond accents are by Susan Sadler, 1423 E. 41st St. Tulsa, OK 74105; (918) 743-1048, fax (918)747-4543.

Pavé and channel-set Huggie earrings are by Jordan Meryl, 948 Church St., Baldwin Harbor, NY 11510; (516) 223-7175.

Ribbed diamond ring with 0.70-ct. of Lazare Kaplan Ideal-cut diamond melee is created using a cold-forged/ hand-fabrication technique. Suggested retail, $4,700. Zoltan David, 10713 FM 620 N., Suite 526, Austin, TX 78726; (512) 257-1290, fax (512) 257-1295.


Flush-set platinum and pavé rings ($6,000-$8,000 suggested retail) are by William Richey Designs, Box 819, Camden, ME 04843; (207) 236-4731.

- by Lorraine M. Suermann

Copyright © 1998 by Bond Communications.


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