Jewelry Design Catalogs
Written by: Catalogs.com Editorial Staff
June 27, 2013
Filed Under Fashion
Contributed by Info Guru Lisa Pratto
I love jewelry. It fits when your jeans don’t.
It doesn’t talk back. It looks good on anyone and makes everyone feel like a million bucks. Price isn’t always the deciding factor; a funky piece of costume jewelry can bring just as big of a smile as a glittery rock on your finger, although carats are always welcome.
10. R. J. Graziano
This hot jewelry design catalog is hot. Even First Lady Michelle Obama sports their statement necklaces and, whether or not you like her husband’s politics, you have to admit that girl has got style!
The workhorse of the bunch, Ross-Simons is an elegant catalog offering beautiful jewelry for a fair price, from necklaces and bracelets to rings and brooches.
Known for their oversized fashion rings, Tacori designs are modern and vintage at the same time. Their chunky rings are timeless investments in good taste.
7. Robert Lee Morris
Organic. Flowing. Sensuous. These are all words often used to describe Robert Lee Morris jewelry. The fluid designs are popular with young and old, Hollywood and Main Street.
6. Judith Ripka
Featuring oversize cocktail rings, cuff bracelets with pave crystals and delicate earrings, Judith Ripka feels that her jewelry should evoke a feeling of luxury.
Although technically a timepiece company, Rolex deserve mention for the enduring quality and class they have enjoyed over the last century.
4. Heidi Daus
To call this designer’s necklaces a statement is an understatement. The crystal-encrusted beauties are known to be over-the-top, especially the “critter” designs.
If you want gorgeous pearls, you go to Honora. It’s pretty simple. This jewelry design catalog is the epitome of enduring class and yet remains on trend at the same time.
2. Jean Dousset
As a member of the infamous Cartier family, Jean Dousset’s designs reflect both his diamond heritage and his eye for modern sensibilities.
Of course Tiffany is in the top spot. What girl doesn’t want a little blue box of her own? Tiffany is the ultimate jewelry design catalog. Hands down.