By Ashley Davis
Shaill Jhaveri’s Valerio large hoop earrings in 18-karat gold with white diamonds, blue sapphires and tsavorite garnets

Las Vegas--Among the new faces at Couture this year was one that might have sparked recognition.

Shaill Jhaveri re-launched his eponymous line at the show, with a booth in the Lafite ballroom.

Jhaveri is based in New York, where he has spent his decades-long design career. He originally began designing his namesake line in 2000, but paused production of the brand in 2007 to design fine and costume jewelry for several U.S. companies, including Kenneth Jay Lane.

Over the years, he has collected numerous awards including two DeBeers Diamond Today Awards, an Intergold Award from the World Gold Council and two awards from India’s Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council of India. His jewelry also resides in the collection of the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

“I spent time working on numerous other jewelry projects,” said Jhaveri, “but the urge to find my own voice again brought me back to Couture.”

This voice translates as striking color combinations and intricate latticework motifs, which call to mind his native India.

Jhaveri’s latest collection retails for approximately $1,980 to $13,904. For more information, visit

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