By Michelle Graff

Last minute-shopping for dad? Check out some of these new products introduced during Las Vegas Market Week. While you'll see plenty of aspirational pieces ($20,000-plus cuff bracelet from Sevan—totally fabulous, but also totally pricey), keep the design elements in mind as a starting point. Materials like leather, sterling silver and unusual gemstones are big for men, and they can be found in pieces at a variety of price points.



"Metropolitan Dream" ring in 18-karat yellow gold with a 0.70 carats of diamonds; suggested retail price is $1,390. (866) DAMIANI or


One-of-a-kind carved leather cuff handmade from 24-karat gold and sterling silver with white, yellow and champagne diamonds; suggested retail price is $26,889. Available through ViewPoint, (800) 237-9477 or


Scott Kay
"Sparta" engraved ring with stone-finished black onyx and "Sparta" engraved cross ring, both in silver; suggested retail price is $455 and $350, respectively.


Marco Bicego
"L'Uomo" rings in 18-karat white, yellow and rose gold; suggested retail price ranges from $1,000 to $1,500 each.


"Stones of the World" square cuff links in silver with malachite, rose quartz, onyx, turquoise, tigers eye, amethyst, lapis, white mother of pearl and carnelian; suggested retail price is about $368.


Todd Reed
Hand-forged and fabricated bands in silver with raw diamond cubes; suggested retail price is $1,000 each.



Men's rings in platinum and white gold; suggested retail prices range from $1,210 to $1,694 in white gold and from $2,660 to $5,995 in platinum.

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