The Infinity Cocktail Ring, Inspired by New York City

October 17, 2019

The Infinity Cocktail Ring, Inspired by New York City

My new collections are all about timeless, sustainable, and effortless luxury. As I've been working on this new line, I've thought a lot about my own story in New York and the limitless possibilities this city has offered me.

I'm excited to announce that my Infinity Cocktail Ring was recently featured as a finalist in the Metro Chapter of the Women’s Jewelry Association's Jewelry Night Out Design Contest.

 

 

Shamballa Jewels, Image from The Glass Magazine

The awards were held at Shamballa Jewels and it was a wonderful night full of excellent talent. It was my first time presenting and I'm ultimately overjoyed to have my work featured among those of such amazing designers. 

About the Ring

The Infinity Cocktail Ring is about the endless, boundless, and limitlessness of New York. This ring harnesses the power and energy of New York; I used subtle infinity signs to remind women of their unlimited potential. Every piece of my line is now being made in New York City with recycled 18K gold and ethically sourced gemstones. 

 

The gemstones used in the collection reflect the imperfect perfection of New York City, where everyone is unique and surrounded by boundless opportunities to pursue their dreams. With this new line, I was inspired by NYC’s vibrant environment, where hope and passion create infinite possibilities. 

I'm so happy to share this line and this ring with you. I will share more about each collection in the coming weeks and the ways symbolism inspires me in my designs and every day life. Stay tuned.

To see more from the Infinity Line, you can visit the Infinity Collection web page.





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