New Arrivals at Neiman Marcus
Stephen Dweck Carved Quartzite Ring
• Blue quartzite with carved floral detail.
• Sterling silver setting with floral detail.
• Made in the USA of imported material.
About Stephen Dweck
Known as The Romancer of the Stones, Stephen Dweck is strongly influenced by his love of art and nature. This passion even inspired him to collect stones and minerals from around the world for his one-of-a-kind designs. Each is adorned with Adam, his signature beetle, symbolizing his affinity for nature. This devotion is what makes him one of jewelry's most widely recognized names today.
John Hardy Padi Silver & Gold Twist Ring
• Sterling silver.
• Solid 18-karat yellow gold.
• Post backs.
• Handcrafted in Bali.
About John Hardy
John Alexander Hardy was born in Ontario, Canada in 1949. In 1975 after finishing art school, he stopped in Bali on a round-the-world trip, fell in love with the island, and stayed. Hardy studied silversmithing techniques with Balinese craftsmen, some of them descendants of artisans who made jewelry for the royal courts of Bali. Many of the craftsmen employed by John Hardy today are part of that heritage.
KC Designs Square Filigree Ring
• 14-karat yellow gold.
• Round-cut diamonds; 0.34 total carat weight.
• 5/8"H x 3/4"W.
About KC Designs
Lenny Krol and Joe Carullo have established KC Designs as a pre eminent purveyor of elegance and sophistication - a shining example of the best New York City has to offer. Built on a 43- year friendship, KC Designs proudly claims a reputation of excellence, originality, and affordability in the jewelry industry.
In the twenty years since the company's inception, KC Designs has garnered the acclaim of celebrities and fashion authorities alike. Their designs have adorned such noteworthy celebrities as Sharon Stone, Sandra Bullock, Gloria Estefan, Anna Kournikova, Andie MacDowell, Maria Sharapova, and Alyssa Milano.
I am well aware that some of the jewelry I am showing you these days is very expensive. If you can afford to buy it, that's great. If you can't, that's OK, too. Take the information and the images and find something similar that you can afford. It's all about the styles and the designs, and there's really nothing new under the sun. If you see something new you love, just wait a while, and there will probably be something similar that is affordable.
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