Last updated on October 13th, 2017 at 04:53 pm
Dare to dazzle in this exquisitely crafted equestrian jewelry.
Since 1977 Venetian jewelry designer, ROBERTO COIN,has devoted his life to a passion for innovative design. Finding inspiration in the most unlikely of places, he is truly an artisan at work. Experimenting with light, texture, color, and pattern, Coin’s style is ever evolving. His diverse collection, designed to fit every woman, is defined by a common thread—the thoughtful balance of elegance and creativity. A tradition since 1996, The signature ruby found in all Roberto Coin jewelry designs has always been a special wish from Roberto to his clients for a life of love, health, and good fortune.
Old world craftsmanship and skill is evident in LESLEY RAND BENNETT’S work. Her trained eye enables her to select only the finest gemstones and materials, assuring each piece to be of the highest quality. Her love of horses and feel for their form and spirit is evident in her highly acclaimed equestrian designs. Each limited edition piece in her 18k gold collection is skillfully handcrafted in her studio in Scottsdale, Ariz. Click here and enter code EQ for a special offer for EQ readers.
JACK VAN DELL is a second-generation jeweler, designing, and specializing in fine, custom-made pieces crafted from platinum, gold, silver, and other precious metals and gems. Jack, an aspiring horseman, has also produced an exquisite collection of equestrian jewelry. His design philosophy has always been to produce pieces that can be worn daily, not just for special occasions. Based in Palm Beach and Wellington, Fla., Van Dells’ custom designs are worn by clients around the globe.
HOORSENBUHS, the jeweler with its signature tri-link mark, has garnered tremendous recognition in a relatively short amount of time. Founded in 2005 by designer Robert Keith and business partner Kether Parker, the brand, known for its emphasis on sophisticated, modern design has become a favorite of celebrities. Their line is available in gold, platinum, silver, and other metals, and their diamonds are all responsibly sourced. Although the name Hoorsenbuhs has a Dutch lineage, the jewelry is designed and produced in Santa Monica, Calif.