By Michelle Graff
michelle.graff@nationaljeweler.com
Designer Pamela Froman’s new “Wedding Jewels” collection ranges in price from $2,000 to $10,000 retail, with a few pieces reaching as high as $30,000.Los Angeles--Though Pamela Froman has long done one-of-a-kind engagement rings and wedding bands as well as right-hand rings that could cross over into bridal, she has not had full bridal collection until now.

Froman said within the past year more stores have been inquiring about her wedding line so she decided to expand that into the full “Wedding Jewels” collection and make it the focus at this year’s Couture show. The expanded offerings include a number of repeatable styles for both men and women.

The Wedding Jewels collection includes mixed-metal pieces featuring yellow, pink, green and/or white gold finished in her signature “crushed” texture, as well as single-color gold pieces.

The rings are set with gems such tanzanite, morganite, opal, and opaque grey diamonds, as well as more traditional white diamond center stones.

The Wedding Jewels collection ranges in price from about $2,000 to $10,000 retail, with some styles going as high as $30,000. 

“My designs have been referred to as ‘alternative bridal,’ but that suggests it’s unusual to have a wedding ring that fits your personal style. I think we are all individuals with our own unique love story, so why wouldn’t you want your rings to be an expression of your extraordinary love?” Froman said.





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