By Lenore Fedow
lenore.fedow@nationaljeweler.com
A pair of Anna Zuckerman Luxury platinum-plated sterling silver chandelier earrings featuring green and white diamond crystallines ($299). The brand is a new addition to the Continental Buying Group.
Boca Raton, Fla.—Anna Zuckerman Luxury is the newest member of Continental Buying Group.

A jewelry industry veteran, Anna Zuckerman got her start at a retail store in Wisconsin in 1996.

She went on to start her eponymous jewelry brand, known for its rhodium-plated sterling silver pieces. Most designs sell for less than $200, but higher-end pieces can sell for around $2,000.

The designs feature “Diamond Crystalline,” a type of cubic zirconia coated with carbon microns for extra sparkle, made using a nanotechnology process Zuckerman created.

The brand crafts everything from tiaras to tennis bracelets, set with Diamond Crystalline and a rainbow of lab-grown colored stones.

20201217 Anna Zuckerman drop earringsA pair of Diana drop earrings in platinum-plated sterling silver with 6-carat canary yellow radiant-cut crystallines and white crystalline accents ($199)

“We are delighted to join the Continental Buying Group,” Zuckerman said in a press release about the membership update.

“Becoming a member of CBG will make our jewelry more accessible to retailers who share our core belief that every woman deserves to sparkle.”


For more information about the brand, visit AnnaZuckerman.com.


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