Warm Rose Gold Jewelry for the Crisp Autumn Bluster October 05 2015 - Catherine Angiel, 0 Comments
The autumn leaves are tumbling from the trees and it’s time for scarves and hats, comfy coats and tall boots. As the wardrobe changes, so does the jewelry selection for the season. Set aside the the playful summer designs and add the more elegant pieces of fall, combining warm rose gold with cooler accents of grey pearls and shimmering diamonds.
NYC designer Catherine Angiel has a wealth of options for the new season. For rings, the warm rose gold of autumn allows many beautiful combinations with precious stones and diamonds. Catherine Angiel has created and crafted gorgeous rings for all women of all tastes and preferences. Her Rose Gold Pearl Ring is available is both 14 karat and 18 karat and combines the luster of a single Tahitian pearl with a lively bouquet of grey briolette cut diamonds. A lovely gift for a woman with poise, this ring will sparkle in the crisp autumn sunshine.
For something with a more powerful statement, consider Catherine Angiel’s full finger ring in rose gold studded with warm sparkling champagne diamonds.
This ring is an inch wide and will add luster and glam to any lucky hand. The array of tiny diamonds accentuate the graceful, curving design of the ring’s elements.
The winds of autumn love to make long earrings dangle and glitter. Mimic the falling leaves and plump pumpkins with warm rose gold designs from Catherine Angiel’s extensive collection of elegant pieces.
Her Pink Gold Delicate Drop Earrings are as lovely as they are versatile.
Available in 14 karat and 18 karat gold, these simple yet graceful earrings accentuated with champagne diamonds lend themselves to any style and any situation.
For a bold statement, Catherine Angiel’s Modern Rose Gold Earring design is both sassy and trendy.
A simple circle of champagne diamonds leads to a larger circle of warm rose gold in this fun pair of earrings. For autumn birthdays and anniversaries, these make a lovely and memorable gift.
Catherine Angiel’s Rose Gold Solitaire Diamond Necklace combines the coolness of a rose cut diamond with the warmth of high quality rose gold for an understated yet alluring piece.
This design is available in 14 karat, 18 karat and platinum with options for color of gold as well. It will add a delicate accent to formal or casual wear and works with a variety of fashion styles and preferences.
Colder weather doesn’t mean less opportunities to wear jewelry. Instead, it means choosing the right pieces for the changing atmosphere and the emotion of the season. Before the real cold hits this winter, find warm rose gold jewelry pieces to add to the collection that matches the wardrobe.
NYC Designer Catherine Angiel has many more rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets to choose from as well as special pieces for anniversaries, engagements and other occasions worth marking with a gift.
Grey Diamonds - Alluring, Rare, and Perfect for Autumn September 17 2015 - Catherine Angiel, 0 Comments
Catherine finds her New York City clientele always interested in a more understated look with their jewelry. Grey diamonds fill that bill. And, because today’s jewelry buyer wants a more unique choice that expresses their individuality, Catherine invites her existing and new clients to consider including these beautiful and more unusual diamonds for their individual bridal choice.
Whether you are looking for that significant piece of jewelry to represent your life or want a non-traditional daily wear, the Grey diamond is a wonderful choice that will set you apart and make you feel special!
Diamond Dragon Pendant NYC | Edy and Chic December 22 2013 - Catherine Angiel, 0 Comments
Only 3 days left until Christmas!
This beautifully handcrafted White Gold and Diamond Dragon Pendant is a powerful symbol of nobility and abundance. The perfect gift for him or her!
Designer Rose Gold Ring | Full Finger Designs are Bold and Hot December 02 2013 - Catherine Angiel, 0 Comments
Staff Holiday Pick!
Bedazzle that someone special with this rose gold and diamond full finger ring for the holidays!
Rose Gold Earrings with a Mod Twist November 16 2013 - Catherine Angiel, 0 Comments
Rose Gold Chic
The new collection, Edgy in Pink, is all about geometric figures and was inspired by the 70’s. Rose Gold compliments any complexion with its feminine warmth. The circular shape, accented with champagne diamonds send millions of tiny lights to finish off the look for an event or diner in New York, Paris or London.
They are perfect for any style Icon!
Black Diamond Ring featured in Engagement 101 July 11 2013 - Catherine Angiel, 0 Comments
As seen in yourengagment101.com
Unique black and white diamond ring. Exquisite black rose cut diamond, surrounded by white diamonds, sits gorgeously in this modern engagement ring for a classy and timeless look.
Style # 3859/GMR: White gold with black diamond 1.7 carat, .36 CT white diamonds
Rose Gold Necklaces by Catherine Angiel Featured in June 2013 Cosmopolitan May 17 2013 - catherineangiel, 0 Comments
Check out the latest issue of Cosmo to see a three-page fashion editorial featuring Catherine Angiel Rose Gold Necklaces. A simple yet gorgeous addition to your summer wardrobe!
Cosmopolitan Magazine June 2013
Rose Gold and Diamond Flower Necklace by Catherine Angiel
Solid Rose Gold Heart Necklace by Catherine Angiel, $700
Rose Gold and Diamond Flower Necklace by Catherine Angiel
Complement your summer tan with other Catherine Angiel Rose Gold pieces Like This One!
Happy Earth Day! Celebrate with our favorite rock! April 22 2013 - catherineangiel, 0 Comments
New Year's Eve Celebrate You December 28 2011 - Catherine Angiel, 0 Comments
Here’s a little secret from the stylish Catherine Angiel team on how to start off the brand new year with pep in your step. Buy yourself a gift, something you love, and the only requirement is that it must be FABULOUS!
Here is our current obsession...
Available in rose gold, sterling silver, and white gold with diamonds!
A Decade of Black Diamonds Becomes Today's Fashion September 20 2010 - catherineangiel, 0 Comments
Ms. Catherine Angiel introduced Black Diamonds into her designs over a decade ago, truly impacting the fine-jewelry industry. Creating a staple in today's fashion jewelry, it's incredible to watch a once created trend blossom into a world renowned fashion statement. Catherine takes great pride in her designs and as a part of the Catherine Angiel team we are proud to witness the trickle down effect of Black Diamonds onto the Red Carpet at the VMAS!
Please take the time to view the article below from The National Jeweler discussing the images of Black Fashion emerging into the Celebrity Fashion scene!
Article Written By Catherine Dayrit
Los Angeles—In typical MTV Video Music Awards (VMA) style, the fashions at last night's awards show leaned towards the over-the-top (meat dress, anyone?) but in jewelry, a handful of styles, including oversized earrings, blackened metals and stacked bangles, managed to stand out against an abundance of glitzy shift dresses and flamboyant frocks.
After a strong showing at the recent Primetime Emmy Awards, blackened metals and black diamonds continued to dazzle on the VMAs red carpet, where the on-trend designs were worn by the likes of "California Gurls" crooner Katy Perry, Modern Family actress Sofia Vergara and the evening's host, comedian Chelsea Handler.
Handler, who did a number of quick-changes during the show, took to the stage at one point in a black diamond and platinum cuff bracelet plus black and colorless earrings set in platinum, and a black, yellow and colorless diamond cocktail ring, all from designer Neil Lane. Perry, meanwhile, paired a barely there appliqué dress with a "Pave 3D Heart Ring" in blackened sterling silver from M.C.L. by Matthew Campbell Laurenza, while Vergara glittered in over 500 carats of Lorraine Schwartz jewels, including a blackened platinum cuff and platinum earrings, both with colorless and black diamonds, among other designs.
A fresh, edgy take on the usual white-on-white look of colorless diamonds set in white gold or platinum, other VMA attendees to take part in the trend included Twilight actress Ashley Greene and Lo Bosworth of MTV's recently ended reality series The Hills. Greene sported Lorraine Schwartz platinum earrings with black diamonds, plus a platinum bracelet with black diamonds and black sapphires. Bosworth, meanwhile, selected oxidized gold earrings from Bavna accented with colorless diamonds, paired with a Bavna rose-cut diamond circle ring.
Earrings and bracelet pairings, as worn by Greene, and earrings and cocktail ring pairings, as worn by Bosworth, were among the evening's most popular jewelry duets.
Pop star Perry, who sported the blackened sterling M.C.L. ring, also accessorized with rose-cut diamond earrings from Sutra, while in another of her on-stage looks, Handler wore Neil Lane diamond earrings plus a stack of diamond, gold and coral bracelets and bangles. Vergara piled on the jewelry, too, wearing not only the blackened platinum cuff bracelet and the earrings mentioned above, but also another platinum cuff, two platinum and diamond bracelets and a platinum and diamond dome ring to top it all off.
Bringing a flash of color, meanwhile, was Selena Gomez, who wore "Blue Mordore" crystal earrings and a cocktail ring from Baccarat's "Insomnight" collection.
Gomez's earrings for the evening leaned towards the demure in terms of their short drop style, as did the diamond Le Vian earrings worn Taylor Swift. The Hills star Stephanie Pratt also selected a more understated earring style, specifically diamond stud earrings from Le Vian, plus bangles and stackable rings from the brand. Many of the earrings spotted on the red carpet, however, were notable for their oversized style, such as the Amrapali rose-cut diamond drop earrings worn by actress Rosario Dawson. Other oversized earring styles to get major play were shoulder-grazing chandelier looks and hoop earrings, the latter worn by the likes of the Jersey Shore ladies, Easy A actress Emma Stone and Access Hollywood correspondent Maria Menounos.
Aside from all of the earrings, bracelets and rings in the spotlight, necklaces received a fair share of time on stage. During her performance with Eminem, R&B star Rihanna sported a long diamond chain and cross necklace from Neil Lane. Towards the end of the evening, a necklace worn by Lady Gaga, who swept the VMAs by winning eight awards, might have gotten much attention, too, but that's if viewers were able to get past Gaga's dress, chapeau and purse. As she scooped up her "Video of the Year" award in her third outfit of the evening, the pop star shocked in a get-up made of raw meat, which she accessorized with a blinged-out necklace, bracelets and a cocktail ring.
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Rock n' Roll Queen of the 80's! September 19 2010 - catherineangiel, 0 Comments
Before celebrities were donning Catherine Angiel's designs, she was banging out rock n' roll beats on the drums with her band called 'Mystery Girls'
A Rock Goddess by nature and jewelry designer by destiny!
Enjoy some old photographs of Catherine back in the 80's just rockin' and rollin'!
Catherine Angiel's Black Diamond 'Glam' Ring Featured in JCK Online! July 30 2010 - catherineangiel, 0 Comments
A TWIST ON TRADITION (clockwise from above) 18k gold mounting with colorless and black diamonds, $4,290, Simon G., Glendale, Calif., 818-500-8595, simongjewelry.com; 3.30 cts. t.w. black diamond in 14k gold with colorless accents, $8,500, Catherine Angiel, NYC, 800-726-8515, catherineangiel.com; pavé Twist ring with .72 ct. t.w. diamonds in platinum, $9,750, Lazare Kaplan, NYC, 800-554-3325, lazarediamonds.com; Wildflower mounting with diamonds in 18k gold, $2,235, Maevona, NYC, 212-557-7300, maevona.com; 3.44 cts. tw. rough black diamond with 1 ct. tw. colorless melee in 18k gold, $6,995, Diamonds for a Cure, NYC, 516-466-1826, diamondsforacure.com; 2.19 cts. t.w. green sapphire with diamonds in platinum, $8,500, McTeigue & McClelland, NYC, 800-956-2826, mc2jewels.com
When it comes to ring styles, today’s young-adult “millennial” shoppers demonstrate a surprising preference for the traditional. Although some retailers say they are seeing some experimentation with colored gemstones and alternative metals like titanium and even stainless steel, the default choice is still a center-mounted diamond, with up to 90 percent of buyers opting for white gold settings. Growing demand from same-sex couples has generated greater interest in nontraditional offerings such as the ornately carved bands by Lithuanian designer Alex Sepkus (p. 80), says Matthew Rosenheim, president of Washington, D.C.’s Tiny Jewel Box. However, a significant portion of same-sex bridal shoppers do gravitate toward classic selections, notes Rosenheim.
What’s different about contemporary rings are the embellishments: Although the stones are smaller, they’re accented more frequently with smaller diamonds on the sides or around the center—a distinction jewelers say is a uniquely Gen-Y spin. According to JIRI stats, a mere 28 percent of rings today are solitaires. The vast majority are what Gassman calls “something extra and different.”
“They want more detail in a smaller space,” says Brian Toone, president and CEO of the Jewelry Design Center in Spokane, Wash. “What we’re seeing has a solitaire or streamlined look, but when you look closer, there are more stones on the sides or detail work underneath to add that personal element.”
**Meet the Artist Event at the Jill Lynn Gallery in Southampton July 17th from 6 - 9pm** July 17 2010 - catherineangiel, 0 Comments
Meet Jewelry Designer & Artist Catherine Angiel at the Jill Lynn Gallery tonight for a trunk show and meet and greet!
Jill Lynn & Co. Fine Jewelry by Design, 66 Jobs Lane, Southampton, welcomes award-winning jewelry designer, and former owner of Gallery Eclectic, Catherine Angiel back to Southampton. Meet Catherine at a reception and trunk show on Saturday, July 17, 6-9 p.m.
A Happy Proposal July 12 2010 - catherineangiel, 0 Comments
Thought I would wait a few weeks before writing you to let you know I presented my fiance with the Endless ring which I purchased from you and she loved it. And almost as important her friends love it. Thank you for your assistance.
GIA to offer more than 140 scholarships for 2011 July 08 2010 - catherineangiel, 0 Comments
Carlsbad, Calif--The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) launched its 2011 scholarship season this June, kick-starting it with an offering of more than 140 scholarship opportunities for students, including two new $10,000 awards from Tiffany and Co.
Scholarships cover a variety of programs and are available for both GIA's on-campus and distance education programs, including several on-campus awards for GIA's international locations in Thailand, India and London. Among the many courses and programs that students can take part in are jewelry manufacturing arts, the Graduate Gemologist and Accredited Jewelry Professional programs, and pearl and lab classes, among others.
One of the MOST Popular Local Businesses on Google! June 19 2010 - catherineangiel, 0 Comments
Come Celebrate Father's Day With Us! June 18 2010 - catherineangiel, 0 Comments
The Black Diamond Angiel June 12 2010 - catherineangiel, 0 Comments
Catherine Angiel, who truly put Black Diamonds on the map, was featured in Life & Style this past week because of the inspiration from the 5ct Black Diamond Big gives Carrie at the end of SATC2.
Black Diamonds are being more and more recognized. When is the last time that you saw somebody wearing a black diamond ring? It's truly a unique stone and gives more character to today's already impeccable designs.
However, Ms. Anigel has been using Black Diamonds in her designs for years; I'm happy to see that the rest of the fashion world is finally catching up!
Black diamond gets play in 'Sex and the City 2' - National Jeweler
New York--Spoiler alert! Sex and the City fans will remember that at the end of the 2008 film, Carrie Bradshaw got engaged with a diamond-encrusted shoe rather than a diamond-encrusted ring. While it seemed a fitting engagement for the die-hard fashionista, fans who might have been gunning to see Carrie get a ring will finally get their wish.
Back for another round in Sex and the City 2, which opened at the No. 2 spot at the box office this weekend, Carrie and her trio of best friends, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte, sport jewelry throughout, but the piece that's getting fans talking is a 5-carat diamond ring from designer Itay Malkin.
The hefty carat weight makes for a talking point of its own, but the real buzz factor is the diamond's hue. For fearless fashionista Carrie--who was ready to get married in the first film wearing a bright blue feather on her head--a crystal clear diamond ring just wouldn't do.
In the final scene, Carrie's longtime love, Big, presents her with a black diamond ring, explaining "because you are not like anyone else."
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U.S. Kimberley Process Web site launched May 24 2010 - catherineangiel, 0 Comments
April 30th 2010
The new Web site, USKPA.org, includes information on how to become a USKPA licensee authorized to use U.S. Kimberley Process (KP) certificates to export rough diamonds from the United States. It enables current licensees to manage their KP certificates in an efficient manner, to ensure compliance with appropriate U.S. legislation and regulations.
The Web site will facilitate U.S. Kimberley Process licensing, certificate issuance and record keeping for U.S. government compliance, making the process quicker and more efficient while reducing paperwork, the release states.
Gemological Science International (GSI), a New York-based grading laboratory, assisted in creating the Web site. GSI Chief Executive Officer Mark Gershburg said in the release that the Web site is an innovative step in the fight to keep conflict diamonds out of the trade.
"We believe that this Web site is the first of its kind in the world and may serve as a model of trade and government cooperation in the fight to eradicate conflict diamonds," he said.
Gershburg serves on the USKPA's board of directors along with Martin Hochbaum, managing director of the New York Diamond Dealers Club, and Cecilia Gardner, president and CEO of the Jewelers Vigilance Committee.
Based in New York, the USKPA is a not-for-profit trade association formed for the purpose of administering and controlling usage of U.S. Kimberley Process certificates for the export of rough diamonds from the United States. The USKPA is authorized by the U.S. government to provide U.S. Kimberley Process certificates to licensed entities.