New York City, May 14, 2019. Given that the color blue is the world’s favorite hue, it’s not surprising that blue is also beloved in jewelry. From Tiffanyesque eggshell blue rocks to summer’s favorite jewel, turquoise, to depths-of-the-oceanlike lapis lazuli, and myriad other shades—think denim-looking kyanite, zircon, and sapphire and sky-blue aquamarine and topaz—the color blue in jewelry is a no-brainer. Blue sapphires from Montana are definitely enjoying a moment of popularity (particularly in wedding rings), while blue enamel and colorized titanium are two more ways to get an azure fix. Plus, blue offers a memorable color-blocking effect when paired with Pantone’s Color of 2019, Living Coral. Feeling blue? We’re there, too, but this blue world is the upbeat, chic place to be.
Editor’s Note: We are counting down the days to the most important jewelry trade shows in North America (happening in late May and early June in Las Vegas) with 12 days of jewelry trends! These trends are based on what’s been appearing in the market lately, what was on display at other recent fairs, and what designers say they’re making for the next shows.
Earrings in 18k white gold with 11.79 cts. t.w. pear-shape turquoise, 0.64 ct. t.w. baguette-cut diamonds, and 0.61 ct. t.w. round diamonds, $9,240; email email@example.com at Yael Designs for purchase
Bracelet in 18k yellow gold marquise-shape engravings, an antique Nevada turquoise center stone, and cabochons of green tourmaline, rainbow moonstone, iolite, turquoise, and Australian black opal, $44,000; email firstname.lastname@example.org at Daria de Koning for purchase
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