By Hannah Connorton
Bohemme’s rhodium-plated sterling silver ring from the Rose Cut collection offers natural dyed corundum, white topaz, spinel and 18-karat rose gold accents.
Vicenza, Italy--Bohemme, a Spanish jewelry brand new to the U.S. market, debuted additions to its Rose Cut and Bubbles collections at the Vicenzaoro show, with both lines offering sterling silver and 18-karat gold pieces with gemstones.

The Rose Cut collection boasts rhodium-plated silver pieces with natural dyed corundum, white topaz, spinel and 18-karat rose gold accents, while the Bubbles collection--inspired by champagne--combines rhodium-plated silver and 18-karat yellow gold with champagne-colored zirconia.

Bohemme, which was established in Spain in 2010 and is now sold in more than 20 countries, saw a 40 percent increase in exports in 2013. Its U.S. office opened last year and the brand has “big plans” for 2014, with a specific focus on increasing its presence in the United States, said Marco Antonio Mez Guzman, who works in the company’s export department.

Bohemme will exhibit at market week in Las Vegas this summer.

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