Three out of National Jeweler’s four editors visited Omi Privé’s booth at JCK Luxury, and none were disappointed.

First, there was the Lego display in the window that showed the process of bringing a rough gemstone from the mine, polishing it and putting it in a retail store.

Then there were the gemstones, including an amazing selection of three-stone rings.


Brecken Branstrator, our senior editor, gemstones, fell in love with the ring shown in the above video posted to the National Jeweler Instagram account. It features a grandidierite center accented with alexandrite.

Then there was this ring, our Piece of the Week—a purple sapphire and Paraíba-type tourmaline ring featuring a 4.03-carat oval-cut center stone (unheated) accented by 1.03 carats of pear-shaped Paraíba-type tourmaline and 0.73 carats of diamonds ($30,400).

It took first place in the “Luxury Debut” category of the Luxury Design Awards.

We think the bright colors are perfect for ushering in the start of summer and a glorious weekend of much-needed post-Vegas rest.

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