Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand
Scott Kay is an unique fine jewelry artisan who lives by a self-motivated credo: Never Compromise. This steadfast ethic follows into every aspect of his lifestyle, from designing classic and innovative fine jewelry to educating the industry and consumers on critical precious metal, bridal, fashion, and marketing issues.
Lydia Courteille’s background is as unusual and unique as the jewelry she creates. As a biochemist, antiquarian, treasure collector, and traveler Courteille has an eye for the beautiful and dazzling. Her designs are inspired by the world around her and are typically created by a central theme, usually involving iridescent gems like opals and moonstones. She uses those stones to tell an exquisite story of breathtaking beauty that is reflected in each piece of jewelry in her collections.
Although it was established in Israel as a diamond-cutting business, Lugano Diamonds opened its first retail location in Newport Beach, Calif. in 2005 and established itself as an international jewelry brand. The Salon is a testament to the very core of the Lugano experience: exceptional, warm, inviting yet still modern. Lugano Diamonds offers a striking selection of the finest stones, diamonds and bespoke jewelry pieces with unparalleled quality, professionalism and service.
Since 1884, Bvlgari has been known for its magnificent, large, exceptionally rare gems, and for the ability to harmonize classical elements with contemporary designs. Bvlgari jewelry transcends time and passing trends. Each jewel is the result of a unique heritage and tradition of excellence. The bold and elegant style is the paramount feature of Bvlgari’s distinctive jewelry designs. Extraordinary hand-selected stones inspire the design team’s sketches, which are turned into stunning reality in the hands of expert craftsmen.
Buccellati is world-renown for its creative designs and carefully crafted masterpieces. The company’s storied history begins with Contardo Buccellati, a silversmith who opened an atelier for silverware and jewelry in Milan during the 18th century. Today, the company remains family-owned, and his relatives continue his passion by turning precious metals and stones into beautiful works of art. Buccellati is for embracing bold colors to create one-of-a-kind designs.