Professional Jeweler Archive: Nature's Finest

July 2004

Diamonds/New Products


Nature's Finest

The land and sea, and the creatures that inhabit them, inspire this ever-popular design category


Blooming flowers, a setting Sun, the flutter of winged creatures, twinkling dewdrops. Whether real or interpreted in diamonds and precious metals, they connect us to reality and remind us of tranquil days among nature’s delights.

Imagine yellow diamonds as sunflowers and white ones as snowflakes, suggests Soraya Cayen, designer/owner of Soraya Christie Designs, Carmel, CA. “You and your customers can follow the seasons with this jewelry and always have something fresh.”

She also suggests stocking nature-themed jewelry with round, pear and marquise diamonds, whose soft curves mimic those seen most often in nature.

– Lorraine M. O’Donnell, A.J.P.

Diamonds totaling 1.15 carats form the five flowers on this 18k gold necklace from the Vivaah Collection. Suggested retail, $1,221.
Adora, Trendsetting Diamond Jewelry, Mumbai, India; (91-22) 2839-9850, fax (91-22) 2839-9764, www.myadora.com, info@myadora.com.
Platinum dragonfly brooch with 0.55 carat of full-cut diamonds is $4,860 suggested retail.

Suna Bros Inc., New York City; (800) 456-7862, fax (212) 869-5922.

Fiore collection flower bracelet holds 1.58 carats of diamonds in 18k white gold. Suggested retail, $4,072.

A. Jaffe, New York City; (800) 223-0553, fax (800) 628-4183

Aurora butterfly enhancer with 2.25 carats of pavé diamonds in 18k white gold is $10,500 suggested retail.

Soraya Christie Designs, Carmel, CA; (831) 626-3322.

16-in. 18k white gold necklace has 2.0 carats of pavé diamonds. Suggested retail, $8,000.

H. Weiss Co., New York City; (800) 554-9989, fax (212) 355-5429.

Flower earrings feature 53.28 carats of fancy yellow diamonds in 18k gold.

Louis Glick & Co., New York City; (800) 77GLICK or (212) 259-0300, fax (212) 489-8178.

Diamond pavé dolphin wraps itself around this 14k gold heart pendant.

Ciemme, New York City; (877) 398-9666 or (212) 398-9666, fax (212) 840-5680.

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