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Black and White Diamond Ring | The Modern Cocktail Ring December 12 2013, 0 Comments

This exquisite Black and White Diamond ring has the perfect modern twist. The stunning Rose Cut Black Diamond, surrounded by White Diamonds, gives this ring a modern and timeless look. Antique meets modern!

 

 

 


Designer Rose Gold Ring | Full Finger Designs are Bold and Hot December 02 2013, 0 Comments

Staff Holiday Pick!

Bedazzle that someone special with this rose gold and diamond full finger ring for the holidays!

 


Black Diamond Ring featured in Engagement 101 July 11 2013, 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

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Rose Gold Necklaces by Catherine Angiel Featured in June 2013 Cosmopolitan May 17 2013, 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

Cosmopolitan Magazine June 2013

 

Rose Gold Flower Necklace with Diamond

Rose Gold and Diamond Flower Necklace by Catherine Angiel

 

Solid Rose Gold Heart Necklace

Solid Rose Gold Heart Necklace by Catherine Angiel, $700

 

Rose Gold and Diamond Flower Necklace by Catherine Angiel

Rose Gold and Diamond Flower Necklace by Catherine Angiel

 

Complement your summer tan with other Catherine Angiel Rose Gold pieces Like This One!


Eternity Bands | Timeless Wedding Rings March 13 2013, 0 Comments

Glamour Magazine says, "An important trend in 2013 is individual expression and this doesn’t necessarily mean big or flashy. Many women favor a diamond eternity band as an engagement ring, which provides a 'subtle stunning' look and symbolizes the eternal nature of marriage." Catherine Angiel's designs are uniquely individual, from a delicate sparkle to a glamorous statement.

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Catherine Angiel Exclusively Featured at the Jill Lynn Gallery in Southampton all Summer Season! July 20 2010, 0 Comments

View and purchase Catherine Angiel's exclusive designs at the Jill Lynn Gallery throughout this summer season!

Located at : 66 Jobs Lane, Southampton, NY, 11968

Jill Lynn Gallery Website

Catherine Angiel’s work is fresh and original. She is mindful of others and is an active supporter; she maintains her long list of elite followings while being the most down to earth designer you will ever meet. Her philosophy is to change the everyday mundane with a bit of Rock ‘n Roll, bringing a uniquely cultivated look of edgy elegance.

“I’m an artist and my pallet choices are precious stones and unusual metals” - Catherine Angiel

Take a break from the heat and step into the Jill Lynn Gallery for a fabulous design created by a talented artist that you will not find anywhere else!



**Meet the Artist Event at the Jill Lynn Gallery in Southampton July 17th from 6 - 9pm** July 17 2010, 0 Comments

Meet Jewelry Designer & Artist Catherine Angiel at the Jill Lynn Gallery tonight for a trunk show and meet and greet!

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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.


'Chasing the dragon with jewelry designer Catherine Angiel' July 12 2010, 0 Comments

Dragons, gothic crosses, skulls and the classic arrowed heart that reads “mom”, if you think this is a description of artwork on the wall of a NYC tattoo parlor you’re mistaken. I just walked into Catherine Angiel, a Greenwich Avenue jewelry store located in the West Village.

I’ve always felt tattoos forward implications of danger and mystery onto their owner. Yet, making a lifelong commitment to a particular design is dreadfully disconcerting. (That, and there’s always my mother’s voice in the back of my head warning how it will look when I’m eighty with sagging skin) I conquered my fear of tattoo commitment at Catherine Angiel. Twirling around in front of the store’s mirror with a white diamond dragon pendant shimmering around my neck, I felt like a rock star and I decided that I’d finally found a “tattoo” with which I could form an allegiance.

Now for most of us, a diamond encrusted pendant is not an impulse buy. However, until one can save for the real McCoy, Catherine Angiel also offers silver versions without diamonds that won’t break the bank. You have to be buzzed into the store, which can be a little intimidating, but once inside the music is thumping and the casual atmosphere makes you feel completely comfortable. The store also offers engagement rings and slightly more conservative jewelry designs if the rock and roll experience of her tattoo inspired collection is not for you.

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UNITED EDITORS-AT-LARGE; Thank You June 11 2010, 0 Comments

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Catherine Angiel: The Edge

Sean Kiely talks shop with jewelry designer Catherine Angiel

When thinking about high-end jewelry, what comes to mind? Tiffany, Cartier, Choppard and Bvglari are just a few names that many consider to be the classicists of fine jewelry. For decades, New Yorkers have strolled the windows of Fifth Avenue, dreaming of the day they can own a piece of this luxury. What is strange, however, is that most of the recognizable names in this luxurious jewelry industry belong to men. Then along came Catherine Angiel, who did not just take down the walls of fine jewelry design, she busted through them with a sledgehammer.

Angiel isn’t you typical jewelry designer. While she was at the forefront of female jewelry designers, she didn’t attend design school, her pieces don’t retail for outrageous prices and her work experience includes drum solos, as her previous career was a drummer in a Rock 'n' Roll band. As one thing led to another in inspiration began to take control and before she knew it her love of music turned into a profitable design business.

“I’m really inspired by what evokes emotions in me, which is love, romance, music – and that’s how I get my ideas. I can be listening to a song and all of the sudden it will inspire me to create something, hence the "Dangerous" Collection, which is really Rock 'n' Roll inspired.” While music has had the most obvious impact on her opulent creations, the people in Catherine’s life have inspired her as well. “Love is also a fantastic Muse. I’m really inspired by my partner Martha – just her style and the way she puts herself together will give me some ideas.”

Angiel has created five unique collections - Dangerous, Androgyny, Renegade, Delicate and Glam – each evoking Catherine’s fun yet sophisticated spirit. Using distinctive elements and unconventional materials, Angiel creates jewelry bursting with personality, yet remains subtle enough for the red carpet and the mom pushing the baby carriage down the street. “I love working with unusual stones. Whether its black diamonds, or gray diamonds, I’m really inspired by things that are unusual yet can be brought into a classic type of design.” While her pieces might be considered to be dark, they are the perfect combination of a hard attitude and a soft soul.

Angiel’s designs are made for a wide array for clientele, and many times she works with her clients to make sure what they wear is exactly what they want, customizing pieces to any specific need. “I design for a cross between Audrey Hepburn and Angelina Jolie. To me, those are powerful women in their own right, one being more demure, the other being out there and more edgy, but I still get that feminine, delicate, yet sexy twist.”

Angiel, like her clients, is a strong woman with visions of success. Celebrities like Megan Fox, Lindsay Lohan, Ashley Olsen, Sandra Bullock, Rhianna, Parker Posie, Mary Louise Parker, Rosario Dawson, The Pussycat Dolls and Sarah Jessica Parker have all been seen rocking pieces from Angiel’s collections.

One of the most important lessons Angiel has learned over the years however, is that often times the vision of success means remaining true to one’s self. “I know I have to do what’s in my heart, and I have to design what I’m feeling. It has to be less about ‘What does the client want?’ because when I design what I think the client is going to want and I don’t feel it, it’s the ring that doesn’t sell.” It is with this attitude that Angiel is seeing plenty of sales and noticeable press.

Of the highlights of her career, Angiel mentions the independent film The Guitar, in which her jewelry was exclusively used as a definitive element in the story telling of the movie. “(The producer) felt that our pieces really matched what the actress was going though in the movie. It worked in unison... and was a great match for the movie. It was truly an honor.”

While it seems that Angiel is well on her way to conquering women’s jewelry, her next move is taking on the men’s side. “There was a void for jewelry for men. It was either something plain or something vile. Men would love jewelry, if it were cool. Jewelry is supposed to be fun. It’s supposed to be expressive.” And expressive it is–her lighting bolt cuff links and cross necklaces will add a touch of edge to any outfit, with no motorcycle required. With the men’s collection already in motion, Angiel hopes to one day push the envelopes even further. “I love designing homes and gardens. I’m an artist and my pallet choices are precious stones and unusual metals, but to me art is everywhere. Anything that follows creation I would love to push my brand into.” If her boutique on Greenwich Avenue is any indication of her interior design capabilities, she will create some awesome places to call home.

In every ring, necklace and bracelet Angiel produces, her femininity with a punk edge shines through, providing clients with an individual sense of “something different and fresh... without any constraints.” While she might not have the brand name status of other designers in her genre, her pieces hold a name for them selves, and could help you build a name too. Angiel’s something shiny might not come in a little blue box, but it will get you some big attention.

Posted by United Editors-at-Large at 7:33 AM

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