Jared Has a New High Jewelry Collection for the Holidays
The limited-edition jewels were created alongside designer Shy Dayan of Shy Creation.
Released in late November with additional pieces added in early December, it’s the second bespoke collection from Jared Atelier, the high jewelry arm of the Signet Jewelers-owned brand.
The first collection debuted last October with 21 diamond and gemstone jewels in limited quantities.
Jared Atelier designed the second collection of limited-edition jewels in collaboration with Shy Dayan of Shy Creation.
“An expert in transforming rare gems and unique stones into statement-making, couture-quality creations, Shy Dayan handcrafts jewelry that is designed to complement the body and celebrate the moments that matter,” said Jared.
The Jared Atelier x Shy Dayan collection is “a luxury master class in artistry and innovation.” said Jared.
The 14-piece collection features earrings, necklaces, and bracelets set with white diamonds, yellow diamonds and emeralds in 18-karat yellow and white gold and platinum.
The jewels range in price from $30,000 to $175,000.
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“We are proud to showcase the one-of-a kind Jared Atelier x Shy Dayan Collection just in time for the holiday season, said Claudia Cividino, president of Jared.
“The collection provides high jewelry styles for our most discerning clients as they look for that perfect gift for the special person in their life or for self-purchase. It has been an honor to expand our partnership with Shy Dayan to create these unique high jewelry pieces; a true testament to the enduring craftsmanship and design excellence he is known for.”
Select jewels will be available in select Jared locations, online, and through the retailer’s appointment-only jewelry concierge program.
If a one-of-a-kind piece is sold out, Jared is encouraging customers to create something similar using the Jared Foundry custom design service.
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