Professional Jeweler Archive: Spinning a Web

January 2002

Diamonds/New Products


Spinning a Web

Turn ordinary jewelry into intricate works of art


Wide-open links fashioned after lattices or spider webs create a big look using less metal and fewer and smaller diamonds. The open-work patterns lend a retro look while keeping prices reasonable – a plus in times of economic downturn. Designers create a feeling of intrigue, entrapment and architectural structure within the walls of these designs while always keeping the diamond the focus.

– by Lorraine M. O’Donnell, A.J.P.


18k gold lattice ball pendant is set with 0.60 carat of diamond pavé and hangs on a snake chain. Suggested retail, $3,990.

Etienne Perret, Camden, ME; (207) 236-9696, fax (207) 236-9698.

18k gold lattice ring sparkles with round diamonds.

SeidenGang, Rye, NY; (800) 227-4890 or (914) 925-0788, fax (914) 925-0708, www.seidengangdesigns.com.

Aya Azrielant, New York City; (212) 886-6000, fax (212) 886-6006, aya@andin.com.

18k white gold and diamond jewelry suite features a lattice design.

Diamonds in the Nympheas collection are set to express fluidity. These earrings have 14 carats of diamonds. A matching necklace has 54 carats.

Fred, Beverly Hills, CA; (310) 276-1277, fax (310) 274-1057.

20k gold floral link bracelet is accented with diamonds set in platinum.

Cathy Carmendy, Santa Monica, CA; (310) 396-3120, fax (310) 399-5902.

14k white gold lattice ring has diamond accents and is $4,230 suggested retail.

Daunis, Portland, ME; (207) 773-6011, fax (207) 773-3603, daunis@sprynet.com.

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