By Brecken Branstrator
brecken.branstrator@nationaljeweler.com
Estenza’s “floating ring” features rutilated quartz and diamonds in 14-karat yellow gold ($2,550).
After manufacturing fine jewelry for more than 45 years, family-run brand Estenza embarked on a rebranding effort a little over a year ago and set out to expand its business in the United States.

In September, the brand released its new Pyramid collection. Inspired by geometric designs, the line features sugarloaf-shaped gemstones paired with diamond pavé and intricate metalwork in either 14- or 18-karat gold.

“The designs are minimalist to showcase the gemstones and are designed for customers looking for vintage-inspired pieces,” said designer Priyanka Kedia.

Kedia also noted that they will add stud earrings to the line before the holiday season, and will continue expanding the collection in 2015.

Click through the slideshow to see 10 pieces from Pyramid.





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