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Wedding Day Jewels
Nothing pairs up with a gorgeous dress (and dreamy guy) like some heirloom-quality gems. These day-of dazzlers are breathtakingly beautiful and built to last.
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When it comes to bracelets, the sky's the limit. Pile them on, or opt for one statement-making piece.
De Beers “Adonis Rose 8 Row” 18k white gold and diamonds. Ivanka Trump Collection “Black and White Crossover” 18k white gold and diamonds. Martin Katz 18k white gold and diamonds. H.Stern “Moonlight” 18k noble gold, rock crystals, and diamonds (800-747-8376). Tacori “Champagne Sunset” 18k rose and white gold and white diamonds. Jade Trau for Forevermark “Duet” 18k yellow, white, and rose gold and diamonds.
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Engagement and Wedding Rings
Go delicate with a pavé band or bold with a serious stone. These rings are all total knockouts.
Cartier “Entrelacés” 18k white gold and diamond pavé. Todd Reed palladium and green rose-cut diamond. Simon G. 18k white gold and princess diamond. Tacori platinum and diamonds. Alex Sepkus “Crisscross” platinum and round diamond setting. Kirk Kara “Pirouetta” 18k white gold and pavé. OGI 18k white gold with baguette and round diamonds. Zoe platinum and pavé with cushion-cut white diamond (available at Barney’s New York, 212-826-8900). Kwiat platinum and oval diamond. Katharine James “Juliet’s Love Collection Wedding Bow ” pavé and diamond. Rina Limor platinum and diamonds.
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Keep Your Ring Sparkling
If your diamond starts appearing dull, soak it in a mix of warm water and mild liquid soap. Gently scrub with a soft toothbrush, rinse, and pat dry using a lint-free cloth.
This cushion-cut diamond ring by Harry Winston truly sparkles thanks to a halo of platinum-set micro pavé diamonds.
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From divine danglers to dainty drops and sweet studs, these earrings show off your sheer style genius.
Kimberly McDonald 18k white gold and diamond slices (available at Bergdorf Goodman, 800-558-1855). Mikimoto “Lace Collection Akoya” 18k white gold, pearls, and diamonds. Sharon Khazzam “Charr” 18k white gold, pavé, and gray diamond slices (available at Barneys New York, 212-826-8900). Cathy Waterman platinum and micro pavé. Forevermark “Center of My Universe” 18k oxidized gold and diamonds. Rosanne Pugliese 18k gold and rock-crystal slices. Suzanne Kalan 18k rose gold, white topaz, and white diamonds (available at fragments.com). Belle by Harry Winston platinum and diamonds. Mish New York “Double Arden” 18k white gold, white topaz, and pavé (212-734-3500).
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Tip for Travel
Hard stones, like diamonds, can scratch softer ones, such as pearls, if jostled together. When traveling (or just transporting), wrap each earring in a soft cloth or tissue, and then seal in a plastic bag.
Here, Sylva & Cie’s asymmetric moonstone earrings, set in 18k white gold and encircled with diamonds, look exquisite with a sleek sheath.
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