The 2022 COUTURE Show, which showcases the very best in fine jewellery, returns to Las Vegas June 9-12 for another year of unparalleled glamour, and Only Natural Diamonds is on the ground for the monumental event. Heritage brands, emerging designers and independent retailers never fail to present their most inspiring, coveted natural diamond jewellery of the season, and we’ll be your guide as we discover the very best COUTURE has to offer.
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Modern Vintage diamond jewelry is a major trend for 2022, and Arman Sarkisyan has no shortage of stunning natural diamond rings, lockets and bracelets that live up to the theme.
Viltier may be new on the scene, but the Parisian fine jewelry brand is already making a name for itself with pieces that feature their signature linked oval design.
Featuring 3.35 carats of black diamonds, this wrap around Yeprem bracelet for men is both edgy and innovative.
Melis Goral is betting big on Art Deco pinky rings, and their collection of elegant, tasteful rings are well worth the investment.
State Property has mastered crafting diamond pieces worthy of a double-take. At COUTURE, we couldn’t take our eyes off of the Sorellina necklace featuring a pendant shaped like an arrowhead, and a signet ring made with black enamel, diamonds and 18k gold.
The stars aligned for London-based Robinson Pelham, which counts Kate Middleton as a fan. Celestial motifs can be found in eye-catching pieces like the Vera star ring and the Tsar star drop earrings the Duchess of Cambridge wore to the UK premiere of Top Gun, but the brand also makes natural diamonds both playful with stackable heart rings, and elegant with statement earrings that resemble the ocean’s waves.
Gems of Note
Gems of Note goes all in on fancy colored diamonds, and the slew of pink diamond rings are both a testament to the brand’s true craftsmanship, while also being innovative in their design.
Fluidity and curves abound at NYC-based Ondyn, where the elegant jewels are inspired by movement and designed to drape the skin like fine fabric. This is demonstrated with the Siren ring we saw at COUTURE 2022, a north-south, bezel-set design where diamonds float across the wearer’s hand “like a dress slipping off your shoulder, but with diamonds” according the the team at Ondyn.