The 2016 de Boulle Magazine

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Welcome to the 2016 de Boulle Magazine. Timeless beauty, refined luxury and style, attention to detail and fine craftsmanship are hallmarks of de Boulle. For over 33 years, de Boulle has served thousands of discriminating customers worldwide and built a reputation as one of the preeminent family-owned fine jewelers in the United States. de Boulle is proud to partner with world-renowned Swiss watchmaker, Patek Philippe. Both are family-owned companies that represent the epitome of precision, beauty and finely crafted luxury goods. de Boulle is an authorized dealer of the world’s premier brands including Blancpain, Corum, F.P. Journe, Girard-Perregaux, Rolex and Tudor. The Boulle name is synonymous with fine craftsmanship, and the exquisite de Boulle Collection™ continues the French tradition of meticulously handcrafted and beautifully designed fine jewelry. This unique collection provides a range of fine jewelry from beautiful everyday jewelry to the most special red carpet occasions. As we got to press, we are thrilled to be celebrating the one-year anniversary of our Patek Philippe Showroom in the posh River Oaks District in Houston, Texas. We could not be more proud of our award-winning store and the warm welcome we have received. Whether you are visiting our sophisticated French villa salon in Dallas or our “coolest store” in Houston, enjoy this glimpse into your de Boulle experience—a premier collection of fine jewelry, luxury timepieces, impeccable service and a beautiful and friendly environment.

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Karen Boulle began designing jewelry 33 years ago, when her and her husband, Denis, established de Boulle. Her unique collection offers a wonderful selection of meticulously handcrafted and beautifully designed fine jewelry in 18K gold or platinumwith diamonds and gemstones. Her inspirations stems from a childhood spent traveling the Middle East and the Far East with her family, her father served in th British Military. At a young age, these beautiful areas had a great impact on her creative inspirations as she saw the towns, villages and markets each with their own distinct colors, architecture and treasures. These fond child- hood memories formed the basis of design for the de Boulle Collection.

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“I REMEMBER PLAYING IN MY MOTHER’S JEWELRY BOX. I WAS MESMERIZED BY THE COLORS , THE SHAPES & THE DESIGNS .”

Karen’s love of nature and animals play a huge part in every piece of the de Boulle Collection. These visual cues can be seen in the hand-hammered gold leaves or finely detailed gem-covered petals and animal prints. Karen believes that the details are what allow designs to make a truly lasting impression. Each design is made from only the finest organic materials from around the world. The metals and gemstones work together in order to dictate what direction her creativity takes the jewelry designs.

Unique gemstones from around the world are focal points of her collection. To Karen, each gemstone is “alive” and beautiful. She is drawn to unusual gemstones including jade, moonstone and tur- quoise. In addition to pieces designed by Karen, the collection also includes special pieces that she hand-picks. From jeans to couture, the de Boulle Collection is elegant and luxurious. de Boulle’s line of fine jewelry remains timeless and sophisticated. On Karen: Rope Link Necklace From left to right: Over the Rainbow Earrings, Tribal Diamond Cuff, Sleeping Beauty Turquoise Drop Ear- rings, Coming Up Roses Diamond Earrings & Diamond Bypass Ring.

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whohadanunlimitedpocketbook,”Karensays.“Wehad tocreatesomethingthathadtobespecialandnotcookie cutter.Wehadtocompeteasthelittlebittyindependent, andwe were going to do the best that we could. And so we spent moneymore freely thanwas probably wise.” And they also wanted to be able to use the Houston store as a prototype for future ventures. “Wewantedthestoretobeopenandwelcoming,but elegant.Notintimidating,”Karensays.“Nottoocutting edge or too old fashioned. Classical and timeless.” TheyturnedtotheHoustonofficeofGensler,aglobal architecture,designandplanningfirm.Genslerarchitect and designer Lisa Pope-Westerman pulled together elements of residential and retail design to achieve an engaging balance. Denis says theGensler teampoured their heart and soul into the project, which, at less than 2,000 square feet, was relatively small in the grand scheme of archi- tecture and design. Pope-Westermansaysshewasimmediatelyimpressed with how lovely and hospitable the Boulles are. “The biggest thing I noticed visiting them in the original store inDallaswas that they treated you as if theywere welcoming you into their own home,” she says. “They wanted tocarry that throughto theprototypeHouston store, that very personal feeling.” A homey lounge between the jewelry showroom and the Patek Philippe shop in shop serves as a visual icebreaker with its comfortable furniture, coffee bar andrelaxedvibe.Brightyellowchairsprovideenergetic splashes of color while echoing the trademark tone of de Boulle gift bags. The curtains are a replica of those

used in their Dallas store, providing a unifying feature and an extra residential flair. The lounge serves as a transitional portal between the two sides of the store—the subtlymasculine Patek Philippe enclave and the slightly more feminine front of the store, where Karen’s jewels take center stage. The light fixtures in the front window are an ode to the residential side of the store’s personality. They act likeflickering sconces thatmight be foundon the front wall of a stately home, flanking the front doors. “The lanterns in the windows are welcoming and warm, and they invite you to take a closer look,” Pope- Westerman says. “When you do, you notice there are beautiful jewels perched on top of those fixtures. So you are engaged at different levels; you see something to attract you and lure you in, and as you get closer you seemore of the beauty inside.” Oneofthefirstobjectsofbeautyshopperswillnotice inside is the Italian crystal chandelier that looks like it would be at home in the grand foyer of an opulent residence. Brightly polished brass reflects the high-karat gold inKarenBoulle’s jewelry.While thebrassonthe façade is polished, brass finishes inside the store arematte, to take a back seat to the brilliant jewelry. Immediately to the left and right of the entry are lifestyle cases, designed to accommodate jewelry that is curated to reflect the changing seasons. The herringbone wood floors and plaster walls also provide a matte background. Choosing plaster walls over painted gypsum elevates the quality of the entire interior in a subtle way that quickly wins over guests,

TRY THIS Work with a Store Planner from the Beginning 5 Are you preparing to work with an architect or store designer on your own cool store to be? Always get design professionals onboard as soon as pos- sible, even before select- ing your space. “People who have been doing it a long time understand the pros and cons and oppor- tunities of certain spaces vs. other spaces,” says Lisa Pope-Westerman. “They will consider ceiling heights and other existing conditions. Assessing and analyzing those kinds of things gives store owners more information about which space is the better longer term investment.” PLAYLIST 5 Pop, alternative, acoustic rock, such as John Mayer and Michael Buble.

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A hand-cast brass divid- ing wall that is one of the store’s standout features cost $100,000.

52 INSTOREMAG.COM AUGUST 2016 STARTING FRESH WITH DISTINCTIVE INVENTORY OPENING A SECOND STORE has beennot only a crea- tive outlet, but also anopportunity to start fresh, to get backontothesalesfloorandtalktopeople.Denisenjoys personally greeting everyone whowalks in the door. Althoughcustomdesignisanoption,theBoullessay that the pieces ondisplay are so distinctive andunique that most shoppers find something they can’t resist waiting for them in the boutique’s customcases. Theyalsocarryestatewatches, and take jewelryand watches in trade. “We can value a piece of jewelry that someone isn’t wearing, and they can trade it for a Patek or for a new piece of jewelry,” Denis says. “It’s amazing howmuch trading we do. We looked at a beautiful 55-carat aqua- marine thismorning.” Although the Boulles recognize the rivalry between Houston and Dallas and don’t want to take sides, they havebeenpleasantlysurprisedathowquicklyHouston has embraced them, at how receptive and welcoming and diverse its residents are. “The barrier to entry here is a lot lower,”Denis says. “Dallas will watch you more before they accept you. If you come to Houston, and you are hard working with goodethicsandthestorecreatessomethingofaswagger, thenHouston people will give you a try. It’s very open, surprisingly so.” They are also enjoying the international nature of the city. Theycommuteregularlybetweenthetwolocations. “In Dallas we see locals and regular customers and there’saloyalfollowing,”Denissays.“Here,it’stheUnited Nations. Every day. We love that aspect of it.” STARTING FRESH WITH DISTINCTIVE INVENTORY OPENING A SECOND STORE has beennot only a crea- tive outlet, but also anopportunity to start fresh, to get backontothesalesfloorandtalktopeople.Denisenjoys personally greeting everyone whowalks in the door. Althoughcustomdesignisanoption,theBoullessay that the pieces ondisplay are so distinctive andunique that most shoppers find something they can’t resist waiting for them in the boutique’s customcases. Theyalsocarryestatewatches, and take jewelryand watches in trade. “We can value a piece of jewelry that someone isn’t wearing, and they can trade it for a Patek or for a new piece of jewelry,” Denis says. “It’s amazing howmuch trading we do. We looked at a beautiful 55-carat aqua- marine thismorning.” Although the Boulles recognize the rivalry between Houston and Dallas and don’t want to take sides, they havebeenpleasantlysurprisedathowquicklyHouston has embraced them, at how receptive and welcoming and diverse its residents are. “The barrier to entry here is a lot lower,”Denis says. “Dallas will watch you more before they accept you. If you come to Houston, and you are hard working with goodethicsandthestorecreatessomethingofaswagger, thenHouston people will give you a try. It’s very open, surprisingly so.” whocan’tquiteputtheirfingeronwhy exactly thespace is so warm. “It’s been really amazing to watch people come inandhear themsay, ‘It just feels sowonderful in here. Something is so special,’” Pope-Westerman says. The wall color is a carefully crafted blend of warm and cool gray tones, combining residential warmth andmodern crispness. While the palette is simple and neutral, the variety of texture andpatina adds interest. Arichmarblehalfwallseparatestheloungeareafrom the Patek boutique in the back of the store. A big budget-busting splurge for the Boulles is a two-panel logo divider wall designed by a local artisan. Eachoftheplateswithinthescreenishand-castandset withinaframeworkthatdividesthefrontretailportion from that of the lounge space. Because it’s intricately fashioned out of solid brass, the initial price estimate was $100,000 per panel. But bymaking the framework a littlemoreairy, that expenditurewas toneddown toa moremanageable $100,000 for both panels. TheDEBlogoonthescreenalsomakesanappearance on the base of store fixtures. “It’s very subtle,” Pope-Westerman says. “It’s not in-your-face. It’s almost like when you’re looking for a brand name on a piece of jewelry. It subtly signifies that it’s quality.” A hand-cast brass divid- ing wall that is one of the store’s standout features cost $100,000. 54 INSTOREMAG.COM AUGUST 2016

A bold display draws attention to deBoulle’s distinctive selection of jewelry, which is sourced from around the world.

A hand-cast brass divid- ing wall that is one of the store’s standout features cost $100,000.

Brand Power 5 De Boulle relies on brands to differ- entiate itself in a crowded luxury market.

A hand-cast brass divid- ing wall that is one of the store’s standout features cost $100,000.

5-STAR FACEBOOK REVIEW 5 MAY 21: “They had a water bowl outside and gave me a treat while I was walking by their Houston shop! I hope someday they sell doggie collars.” —Molly McKinney 5-STAR GOOGLE REVIEW 5 MAY 2016: “Best of the best in Dallas and Houston! Owners and staff treat you like one of their own.” — Bo Zhou 5-STAR FACEBOOK REVIEW 5 MAY 21: “They had a water bowl outside and gave me a treat while I was walking by their Houston shop! I hope someday they sell doggie collars.” —Molly McKinney “The barrier to entry here is a lot lower,”Denis s ys. “Dallas will watch you more before they accept you. If you come to Houston, and you are hard working with goodet icsandthestorecreatessomethingofaswagger, thenHouston people will give you a try. It’s very open, surprisi gly so.” They are also enjoying the international nature of the city. Theycommuteregularlybetwe nthetwolocati ns. “In Dallas we se locals and r gular cust mers and there’saloyalfollowing,”Denissays.“Here,it’stheUnited Nations. Every day. We love that asp ct of it.” STARTING FRESH WITH DISTINCTIVE INVENTORY OPENING A SECOND STORE has be nnot only a crea- tive outlet, but also anopportunity to start fresh, to get backontothesalesfloorandtalktopeople.Denisenjoys personally greeting everyone whowalks in the door. Althoughcustomdesignisanoption,theBoullessay that the pieces ondisplay are so distinctive andunique that most shoppers find something th y can’t resist waiting for them in the boutique’s customcases. Theyalsocarryestatewatches, and take jewelryand watches in trade. “We can value a piece of jewelry that someone isn’t wearing, and they can trade it for a Patek or for a new piece of jewelry,” Denis says. “It’s amazing howmuch trading we do. We looked at a beautiful 55-carat aqua- marine thismorning.” Although the Boulles recognize th rivalry between Houston and Dallas and don’t want to take sides, they havebee pleasantlysurprisedathowquicklyHouston has embraced them, at how receptive and welcoming and diverse its residents are.

whocan’tquiteputtheirfingeronwhy exactly thespace is so warm. “It’s been really amazing to watch people come inandhear themsay, ‘It just feels sowonderful in here. Something is so special,’” Pope-Westerman says. The wall color is a carefully crafted blend of warm and cool gray tones, combining residential warmth andmodern crispness. While the palette is simple and neutral, the variety of texture andpatina adds interest. Arichmarblehalfwallseparatestheloungeareafrom the Patek boutique in the back of the store. A big budget-busting splurge for the Boulles is a two-panel logo divider wall designed by a local artisan. Eachoftheplateswithinthescreenishand-castandset withinaframeworkthatdividesthefrontretailportion from that of the lounge space. Because it’s intricately fashioned out of solid brass, the initial price estimate was $100,000 per panel. But bymaking the framework a littlemoreairy, that expenditurewas toneddown toa moremanageable $100,000 for both panels. TheDEBlogoonthescreenalsomakesanappearance on the base of store fixtures. “It’s very subtle,” Pope-Westerman says. “It’s not in-your-face. It’s almost like when you’re looking for a brand name on a piece of jewelry. It subtly signifies that it’s quality.”

Brand Power 5 De Boulle relies on brands to differ- entiate itself in a crowded luxury market.

5-STAR FACEBOOK REVIEW 5 MAY 21: “They had a water bowl outside and gave me a treat while I was walking by their Houston shop! I hope someday they sell doggie collars.” —Molly McKinney 5-STAR GOOGLE REVIEW 5 MAY 2016: “Best of the best in Dallas and Houston! Owners and staff treat you like one of their own.” — Bo Zhou

deBoulle.com OPENING A SECOND STORE has beennot only a crea- tive outlet, but also anopportunity to start fresh, to get backontothesalesfloorandtalktopeople.Denisenjoys personally greeting everyone whowalks in the door. Althoughcustomdesignisanoption,theBoullessay that the pieces ondisplay are so distinctive andunique that most shoppers find something they can’t resist 5-STAR GOOGLE REVIEW 5 MAY 2016: “B st of the best i Dallas and Houston! Owners and staff treat you like one of their own.” — Bo Zhou c 52 INSTOREMAG.COM AUGUST 2016 STARTING FRESH WITH DISTINCTIVE INVENTORY

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at 1990 pounds, the PC car reached top speeds of around 190 mph. The race consisted of 24 hours of straight racing waged on the legendary Daytona International Speedway. It’s the first major auto race of the year, and it brings out some of sport’s biggest names. The team completed 698 laps and 25 pits around the 3.56 mile circuit. Each driv- er spent about six hours crammed into the car whizzing around the track. Boulle was also the leader during the exciting race. Nick led the car in to the pits around 6AM Sunday morning with a healthy 4 lap lead only to discover after a small nap that a small electrical switch had broken. The team moved back into second place in North America’s most historic, prestigious and grueling endurance races.

2016 was a very exciting year for everyone involved with de Boulle Motorsports. The team took part in two profes- sional endurance races through the year. The first being the 54th Annual ROLEX 24 Hours of Daytona and the Weather Tech SportsCar Championship race at Circuit of the Americas. For now though, a quick look back at 2016. Late in 2015, Nick Boulle, the 26-year-old son of Denis and Karen Boulle — of de Boulle, was the first retail jew- eler which carries Rolex to compete in the demanding 24-hour sports car race. His debut at resulted in a sec- ond-place finish in the Prototype Challenge (PC) Class. The race requires four-driver teams. Rounding out the team was returning PR1 driver Tom Kimber-Smith, Robert Alon and Jose Gutierrez. The team raced in the Le Mans Prototype Challenge car. The car featured an open-cockpit and technology such as a carbon fiber chas- sis, carbon brakes and sequential gearbox. Weighing in

Boulle, had stepped away from mo- torsports for more than 6 years, but he never skipped a beat. With his dad’s love for cars, Nick was drawn to mo- torsports and began racing go-karts at age 12. By the time he was 20 years old

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Championship & the IMSA Weather Tech SportsCar Championship, the race is always heavily contested. de Boulle Motorsports’ Nick Boulle was a last minute addition to the Weather Tech SportsCar Championship team of Performance Tech Motorsports. Nick was paired with season-long entrant, James French, for this race and the pair worked well together from the beginning. The pair worked towards the car set up all weekend and fi- nally was ready to race on Sunday. Starting the three-hour endurance race in 5th place, Nick moved the car up into third position just in time for a driver change. James and Nick raced through to lead a majority of the race, but were forced to conserve fuel in the final laps. The pair and de Boulle Motorsports were ecstatic to log yet another podium result in North Ameri- ca’s premier professional endurance racing series. With 2017 rolling around quickly, we hope for contin- ued success and many more special events in the future. de Boulle Motorsports is looking forward to continuing to share a passion for the latest cars, motorsports events, and vintage road and racing cars.

studying at Southern Methodist University, Boulle had produced top results in national events and was racing as a Volkswagen Junior Driver in addition to coaching drivers in karts and racecars. “I have always loved mo- torsports,” he says, “and racing in the Rolex 24 Hours has turned a dream into reality.” Meridian Realty Advisors, L.P. opted to partner with de Boulle Motorsports to promote their new communi- ty Vista del Mar, a high-rise condominium in Perdido Key, Florida. The Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona represents a huge opportunity to spread the word about the ‘Lost Key’ where Vista del Mar is being built. The LMPC car and uniform featured the logo of Vista del Mar. The Lone Star Le Mans weekend at Circuit of the Amer- icas in Austin, TX is one of the most exciting weekends for racing in Texas. With drivers and spectators coming from around the globe to compete and to watch two of the most competitive racing series, the World Endurance

Center image by Jason Sha’ul. Left inset image by Robert Underwood.

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he unique qualities of gemstones help dictate not only from where to draw inspiration, but also how to best show the “living” nature of each piece of jewelry. Karen is naturally drawn to the most unusual and colorful gemstones. One of her favorites is turquoise. “Turquoise can be worn casual and it looks chic, but you can also dress it up and wear it to a ball. It’s what I like to call ‘casual luxury.’” The Boulles search the world for the best gem- stones for the de Boulle Collection. Sleeping Beau- ty Turquoise is revered and highly sought after due to its pure sky blue color which shows very little to webbing or matrix. Even in rough form, the stones are vibrant and bright and saturated. Sleeping Beauty Turquoise could be found in the

southwestern part of the United States inArizona. The stone received its name from the mountain where it was mined- since it resembles a sleeping woman laying on her back with arms her crossed. In 2012, the Sleeping Beauty mine was exhausted. After searching for years, Karen was fortunate to locate a large piece of rough fromone of her recent travels. She will never be able to find a piece like this again. Karen fell in love with the rough. She immediately went to work on designs. Likewise, she spent hours deciding on the shapes to make the most beautiful jewelry be it rings to necklaces. “We cater to a particular clientele that is seek- ing exclusivity. Our discerning customers want something unique, and we want to provide them the best quality and innovative designs.”

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PAGES 8 & 9 Ciel Tassel necklace featuring blue sapphires (152.49 ctw.), diamonds (2.85 ctw.) and black enamel set in platinum ($27,250). Retro Rhodium diamond (4.60 ctw.) earrings in 18K white gold ($33,000). Spectral Dome ring in blue sapphires (9.39 ctw.) in 18K white gold ($9,900). Available in assorted gemstones.

COVER Chandra North wears a selection of de Boulle Collection rings and earrings.

PAGES 4 & 5 Modern Art Deco earrings featuring six pieces of tourmaline (62.69 ctw.) set at an angle with brilliant diamonds ($43,725). Modern Art Deco cuff featuring diamonds (4.67 ctw.) in 18K yellow gold ($44,400).

PAGE 15 Emma Bangles in 18K yellow, rose and white gold with brilliant diamonds. Starting at $7,025.

PAGE 16 & 17 Verdure Emerald & Diamond Tassel earrings featuring two sugar loaf emeralds, emerald beads & baguettes (113.82 ctw.) & diamonds (4.07 ctw.). Price on request. Diamond Chain Link necklaces (33.25 ctw.) in 18K white & yel- low gold ($70,950). Gaia ring with Colombian emerald (7.61 ctw.) flanked by heart shaped sapphires (7.54 ctw.) crafted in 18K white & yellow gold. Price on request.

PAGE 20 & 21 Parisian Night Chandelier earrings with rose- cut, pear and round diamonds (8.72 ctw.) in 18K white gold ($48,000).

PAGE 24 & 25 Medallion Diamond cuff in a floral motif comprised of marquise, oval and pear shape diamonds (25.67 ctw.) in 18K white gold. Price on request. Art Deco-Dence earrings set with flame orange coral drops, diamonds (1.71 ctw.) in 18K white gold and black enamel ($21,000). Bespoke emerald cut diamond ring. Price on request.

PAGE 27 Coming Up Roses earrings with rose cut and briolette diamonds (13.0 ctw.) in 18K yellow gold ($27,200). In the Pink bib necklace set with sapphires (59.93 ctw.) and diamonds (3.57 ctw.) in 18K rose gold ($35,650). Bespoke pear shaped diamond (7.02 ctw.) in platinum. Price on request.

PAGE 30 & 31 Spectral Dome rings in blue sapphires (9.39 ctw.), tsavorite garnets (8.23 ctw.) and pink sapphires (8.64 ctw.) in 18K yellow or white gold. Starting at $9,900.

PAGE 32 Over the Rainbow earrings featuring 27 fancy colored and shaped diamonds (6.42 ctw.) with white diamonds (6.33 ctw.) Price on request.

PAGE 34 & 35 Rosette Collection pendant with 2.14 cts. in diamonds atop an oval in 18K white gold ($8,250). Rosette Collection interwoven ring with five bands of diamonds (3.98 ctw.) in 18K white gold ($13,600). Rosette Collection earrings with 2.75 cts. of diamonds atop an elongated double hoops set in 18K white gold ($23,550). Diamond bangles. Price on request.

PAGE 36 & 37 Free Form earrings with rose cut and brilliant diamonds (4.06 ctw.) in 18K yellow gold ($21,600). Free Form pendant with rose cut and brilliant diamonds (1.84 ctw.) in 18K rose gold ($9,900).

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PAGE 38 & 39 Ciel three stone ring with sapphire center (15.73 ctw.) flanked by shield cut diamonds (1.96 ctw.) in platinum. Price on request. Slice of Life Diamond (5.73 ctw.) earrings accented with round diamonds (1.46 ctw.) in 18K white gold ($19,200). Ciel bib necklace with sapphires (81.76 ctw.) and diamonds (1.29 ctw.) set in 18K rose gold ($42,500).

PAGE 41 Inside Out earrings with rose cut diamonds (1.79 ctw.) and brilliant diamonds (1.62 ctw.) in 18K yellow gold ($18,700). Four Leaf Clover necklace with brilliant diamonds (11.89 ctw.) in 18K yellow gold ($46,800). Four Leaf Clover bracelet with diamonds (2.83 ctw.) in 18K yellow gold ($11,450).

PAGE 43 Sleeping Beauty Turquoise earrings with diamonds (3.78 ctw.) in 18K white gold ($51,150). Sleeping Beauty Turquoise choker with diamond beads. Price on request. Bespoke pear shaped diamond (7.02 ctw.) in platinum. Price on request.

PAGE 44 & 45 Huggables diamond (0.82 ctw.) earrings in 18K yellow gold ($3,500). Overlapping band in 18K rose gold with 1.06 cts. in brilliant diamonds ($6,350). Infinity diamond ring (0.76 ctw.) in 18K rose gold ($1,250). Flexible Coil diamond (2.30 ctw.) bracelet in 18K rose gold ($14,500). Twisted diamond bracelets available in 18K white, yellow and rose gold. Starting at $6,475. Arm Candy diamond bracelets available in 18K white, yellow and rose gold. Starting at $3,350.

PAGE 46 In the Pink graduated pink sapphires (5.50 ctw.) set in 18K rose gold in overlapping ovals with an inner circle of brilliant diamonds (0.71 ctw.) ($12,500).

PAGE 48 & 49 Jaded tassel necklace with jade, diamonds (5.32 cts.) pearls and black enamel set in 18K white gold ($29,500). Art Deco-Dence earrings set with diamonds (2.88 ctw.) in 18K white gold ($9,500). Jaded bracelet with 72 jade beads, bezel set diamonds (9.71 ctw.) in between each bead. Diamond clasp is set with jade cabochon and black enamel set in 18K white gold ($75,000).

PAGE 50 & 51 Infinity rings in an asymmetrical continuous loop with diamonds (0.76 ctw.) in 18K rose & white gold ($1,250). Free Form earrings with dia- monds (4.06 ctw.) in 18K yellow gold ($21,600). Free Form pendant with diamonds (1.84 ctw.) in 18K rose gold ($9,900). Flexible Coil diamond braceletwith 2.30 cts. in diamonds in 18K rose gold ($14,500). Men’s Rolex.

PAGE 52 & 53 Fancy shaped yellow and white diamond (11.21 ctw.) ring set in 18K yellow gold. Price on request. Making Waves cuff with swirls of diamonds (24.58 ctw.) set in 18K yellow gold ($62,500). Classico band showcasing asscher cut diamonds set between 2.90 cts. of brilliant diamonds ($14,500).

PAGE 54 & 55 Rope Link necklace with signature “B” toggle in 18K white gold ($23,750). Diamond stud earrings available at various price points.

PAGE 57 Classico pendant with 16.20 ct. cushion cut sapphire framed by diamonds (2.50 ctw.) with a 4.40 ct. pear shape diamond on a double strand chain with diamonds (0.35 ctw.). Price on request.

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OYSTER PERPETUAL DAY-DATE 40 IN 18 KT WHITE GOLD

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