Appearing at JCK Tucson 2020
As we move into 2020, yellow gold looks to be a favored metal of choice to suit buyers in every category from fashion to fine jewelry, and even a portion of engagement and wedding ring shoppers, too.
Attendees at JCK Tucson 2020 will encounter jewelry crafted in a variety of metals, and may find white gold or sterling silver to fulfill some of their needs this season, but they couldn’t go wrong with taking any of these yellow gold creations back to their showcases. Many handcrafted and set with spellbinding gemstones, they’re a sure fire hit among shoppers of all segments.
These three designers, set to share their beautiful work with us at the upcoming show, just so happen to know their way around yellow gold.
Dorian & Rose
The Los Angeles-based Dorian & Rose specializes in handcrafted jewelry that truly appears as instant classics. Helmed by Tigren Dorian, the pieces are infused with the history of his Armenian culture and the teachings of his goldsmith father. If you’re looking for coin jewelry—medallion pendants are at a high, at the moment—this is where to go, but other of-the-moment styles, like chunky gold rings with gemstones and diamonds, will keep you hooked.
Though responsible jeweler Christina Malle works with a variety of metals and gemstones, her floral pieces—comprised of balls of gold arranged into simple flower shapes—are some of her most notable and recognizable. Crafted in recycled gold, these pieces, ranging from hammered to satin-finished, some set with gemstones, some not, are beautiful essentials for any store.
Though vibrant gemstones are often the centerpieces of the creations by JS Noor, you can’t miss their exquisite settings in gold. Handcrafted using traditional techniques, the pieces from this California brand are a representation of Indo European style, mostly in rich 24k yellow gold.