By Cindy Edelstein
Page Sargisson’s oxidized sterling silver Billie studs with diamonds and an 18-karat gold border ($245)
While diamonds are always a girl’s best friend, the time is ripe for diamonds of all colors to share the stage.

Gray diamonds have come into fashion as designers embrace the moody hue that turns any design into a cooler version of its old self. Gray diamond engagement rings are great for the millennial customer who wants something new and fresh, while fashion jewelry looks updated and slightly cooler with a hint of gray.

The price points are pleasant, too, so jewelers should consider dabbling in all types of jewels that have a little gray edge.

Here are 11 designs that will offer clients something with a little kick to it.

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