By Michelle Graff

There were dozens of designers featured at the World Gold Council preview last Thursday in Manhattan, and here are but a few examples. Just click on the images to make them larger.


Cuffs and bold earrings from Amrapali show that hefty, high-karat pieces are still at the forefront for this India-based designer.


 Tresor, based in New Jersey, demonstrates how Indian-inspired jewelry can be crafted with a light touch.



Leslie's is onto the colored gold trend. The two-tone looks, as seen in the necklace and matching bracelet, are also hot of late.


The bib necklace by Jewels of Ocean is a great piece for summer.


Paula Crevoshay makes the cuff look new again with striking colored gemstones like the opal at top.

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