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Luxury Jewelers Showcase Newest Pieces On First Day of Centurion Jewelry Show |  January 30, 2023 (0 comments)


Phoenix, AZ--There was a lot of optimism among the producers of luxury jewels as they displayed their newest collections on the first day of the Centurion Jewelry Show, which will run until February 1 at the Biltmore Arizona resort.

Diamond jewelry brand, Hearts on Fire, was focusing much of its attention on its Aerial and Tessa collections. The first features delicate designs in shapes that resemble sunlight and dew, while the second expands the look and sparkle of its small round diamonds by combining them into round and oval shapes.

Among its many styles and materials, Syna Fine jewelry, presented colorful gold pieces made of jade and enamel.

Lisa Nik, who specializes in colored gems, is mixing its colorful, fashionable fine jewels with diamonds. Its founder, Lisa Nikfarjam, said she is most excited about her new ear climbers and is also focusing on a variety of pieces that can be layered easily.

Not everything at the show involves finished jewels. TechForm, which specializes in platinum casting, is at the forefront of technical trends in this fields. Teresa Frye, the company’s founder, says she is investing a lot of her attention to 3D printed platinum. There are cost and technical issues to be ironed out, but she is bullish on its a future for creating fine jewelry.

Roman + Jules had its full selection of jewelry available for retailers. It specializes in yellow diamonds, but also prides itself as being a “one-stop jewelry source” for retailers, says David Hematian, company co-founder.

Suna Bros. was showing a new line of flexible platinum jewels, called Platinum Born. Manufactured in Japan using new processes, these pieces are light and airy as well as flexible, expanding the potential for platinum jewels.

For the first time, many Italian brands, sponsored by the Italian Trade Agency, attended Centurion showcasing their “Extraordinary Italian Jewelry” and hosting a dinner and awards gala in the evening. Among the exhibitors were contemporary high jeweler, Vhernier, hand-crafted gold manufacturer, Vendorafa, Pippo Perez, which produces fun charms and symbol jewels in high-quality materials, and fine jewelry brand, Miseno.

Goshwara was on hand with its full line of colorful jewels.

French diamond jewelry brand, Messika, was showcasing a few of its high jewels that were unveiled on the runway during Paris fashion week.

Bridal jewelry brand, Verragio, used Centurion to provide retailers with a first look of its new fine jewelry collection for everyday wear. Sophia Macris, Verragio creative director, says it’s based on the same DNA and codes of its bridal jewels.

Tacori, presented many of its collections of fine jewels and bridal jewelry using natural and lab-grown diamonds. Michael Deal, Tacori business growth leader, says there’s been increased demand for bridal jewelry made with yellow gold.

Gabriel & Co. had one of the busier booths at the show, with retailers clamoring for its varied collections of fine and bridal jewelry.

Niveet Nagpal of Omi Prive, was showing his varied collection colored gemstone high jewels in traditional settings, including pieces made of sustainably sourced demantoid garnets.

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