Lightbox Teams Up With Brand Founded by Former Tiffany Exec
The lab-grown diamond brand also collaborated with the website The Future Rocks on a collection launching today.
In November, the De Beers Group-owned lab-grown diamond brand announced it was partnering with Roséate, the company started by former Tiffany Chief Merchandising Officer Pamela Cloud that’s centered on pearls, sustainability, and giving back.
Launched in May, the company sells via its website, and at its new store on Bleecker Street in New York City’s West Village.
Lightbox is providing all the lab-grown diamonds for Roséate’s pieces that feature the stones.
In addition, it collaborated on a new piece for the brand’s “Wands” collection.
The Lightbox x Roséate “Light Wand” is a slender pendant available in 18-karat white, yellow, or rose gold with white or blush pink Lightbox lab-grown diamonds and mother-of-pearl farmed by Paspaley Pearling Company in Australia.
It retails for $2,000 on a 22- to 24-inch chain or alone for $1,600.
Lightbox and Roséate will donate 20 percent of the price of every piece sold ($320 to $400) to the Billion Oyster Project, which is working to restore oyster reefs in New York Harbor.
The Light Wand is being sold on the Roséate and Lightbox websites, as well as the brand’s store in the West Village.
Today, Lightbox launched its second design collaboration, debuting the “Joy Collection” on The Future Rocks, a two-year-old, Hong Kong-based website that sells only lab-grown diamond jewelry.
The Future Rocks, which was founded by Anthony Tsang, designed the eight-piece capsule collection.
Round brilliant-, trillion-, and princess-cut white, blue and pink lab-grown diamonds are clustered on petite rings, earrings, and necklaces that are meant to be mixed, matched, and stacked.
Prices range from $350 to $1,100 and the collection will be sold on TheFutureRocks.com.
Launched by De Beers in 2018, Lightbox diamonds are grown at the brand’s facility in Gresham, Oregon, a suburb of Portland.
The brand is sold via the Lightbox website, which now ships to 75 countries, as well as at 165 stores in the United States and Canada, including Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom, and Reeds Jewelers.
The jewelry created with Roséate and The Future Rocks are exclusive to those retailers.
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