Mastoloni Introduces ‘The Cultured Couple’
It’s the company’s first and only collection featuring lab-grown diamonds.
Cleverly trademarked “The Cultured Couple,” the collection is comprised of 12 pieces, each featuring a cultured pearl paired with a lab-grown diamond.
The rings are available with a 0.25-carat diamond, with the choice of a bezel or prong setting, and a 0.50-carat diamond option, also with the same setting choices.
The pendants are available with a 0.50-carat or a 0.75-carat diamond, also both with the choice of a bezel or prong setting.
The stud earrings are available in a 0.50-carat total weight option and a 1-carat total weight option, also with the choice of a bezel or prong setting.
Everything is set in 14-karat yellow gold. The price range is $1,000 to $2,300.
The company said all styles are labeled “LGD” and the diamonds are lasered “LCD.”
It is the company’s only line with lab-grown diamonds and will remain that way, according to the company. Styles from The Cultured Couple will not be made with a natural diamond option.
The collection premiered at the JCK show in Las Vegas in June, where Mastoloni said it was well received by retailers who are working with lab-grown diamonds, noting, “they loved the idea.”
Retailers who ordered at the show are set to receive their shipment in the next few weeks, according to the company.
Retailers can view the new collection through the company’s designated online wholesale portal.
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