Stone Cold Style: Local Baubles, Bangles and Rings for Nebraska Weddings

Daring in design, color, texture and shape, these works of art are aglow with chic appeal.

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Michael Tish Jewelers rings, stacked in splendor on the Sheldon Museum of Art’s marble floor, give new meaning to the phrase “set in stone.” In the array: a shared-prong diamond band, marquise 1-karat diamond solitaire ring, 14-karat white-gold diamond wedding band and 14-karat gold diamond ring.

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This wedding ring of 14-karat white gold is the ideal setting for a classic look, while the 14-karat yellow gold “Lynden” solitaire ring with tapered shank boasts contrast and detail. From Borsheims.

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A dainty set of rings from Borsheims boasts colorful chic. (From top): 14-karat yellow-gold oval peridot ring with beaded shank, 14-karat yellow-gold baguette ruby and diamond ring, 14-karat yellow-gold baguette citrine and round diamond bezel-set ring, 14-karat yellow-gold diamond eternity ring, and 14-karat yellow-gold baguette and round diamond ring.

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If gold is in your palette, consider these statement pieces from Borsheims. The Marika 14-karat yellow-gold tourmaline and diamond cuff bracelet and Marco Bicego 18-karat yellow-gold “Lunaria” double dangle earrings play off the sophistication of a matte finish. Try the 18-karat yellow-gold diamond infinity locket with a matte black chain for a modern twist on tradition.

 

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Add pizzazz with Michael Tish Jewelers sterling-silver pearl druzy drop earrings, yellow-gold vermeil howlite cuff bracelet and Syrena opal necklace.

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Go forth boldly with Michael Tish Jewelers yellow-gold vermeil cerulean howlite cuff, sterling-silver pearl druzy drop earrings, gold and opal stud earrings, and the Syrena blue opal necklace.

CREDITS
Photos: Sam Areman Photo
Venue: Sheldon Museum of Art
Text: Emily Kerr
Art Direction: Courtney Nielson