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synthetic diamonds

A synthetic diamond — also called an artificial diamond, cultured diamond or cultivated diamond — is a diamond produced by an artificial, human-engineered process, as opposed to a natural diamond, which is created by a natural geological process. Synthetic diamonds are commonly referred to as HPHT (high-pressure high-temperature) diamonds or CVD (chemical vapor deposition) diamonds after the two most common production methods.

There’s nothing wrong with synthetic diamonds, if that’s what you’re after. But the real danger lies in believing that you’re buying natural diamonds when you are instead getting synthetic ones, which are significantly less valuable.

What Synthetic Diamonds Are Not

Synthetic Diamonds

Synthetic diamonds are sometimes incorrectly referred to as imitations or simulants. Diamond imitations such as cubic zirconia and synthetic moissanite — which only look like diamonds — have very different chemical and physical properties from diamonds. This is what allows trained gemologists to recognize them more easily. Synthetic diamonds, however, are much harder to detect.

Synthetic and Natural Diamonds are Made of the Same Thing

Synthetic Diamonds

While most people associate the term synthetic with imitation products, artificial diamonds are actually made of the same material as natural ones (pure carbon, crystallized in isotropic 3D form). In the U.S., the Federal Trade Commission is working to make the naming distinction more clear. It has indicated that terms such as laboratory-grownlaboratory-created, and [manufacturer-name]-created “more clearly communicate the nature of the stone.”

How to Avoid The Synthetic Trap

Synthetic Diamonds

Gem-quality synthetic diamonds are more available than ever before. The process for making them has improved, and consequently, so many good synthetic diamonds are entering the market that customers can inadvertently purchase a synthetic diamond without knowing it.

There is certainly nothing inherently wrong with buying a synthetic diamond. But they are less valuable than natural diamonds, and they can easily be passed off as natural by untrustworthy jewelers and merchants.

To that end, the importance of working with a jeweler you know and trust simply cannot be overstated. A good jeweler will have the expertise and equipment to determine synthetic diamonds from natural ones.

Synthetic Diamonds

The bottom line is: If you’re going to invest in quality diamonds, you should do so from a reputable, authorized dealer like Eiseman Jewels.

To shop our stunning selection of natural diamond jewelry, visit Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas.

 

Holiday Gift Guide

Every year, the experts at Eiseman Jewels put together a curated selection of their top gift selections for all the most important people on your holiday shopping list. Read on to find out which pieces made their (very) nice list for 2018.

Gifts For Her

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Dazzle her with this stunning Messika necklace and bracelet set from the Undine Collection. Set in 18-karat white gold and unlike anything else in her jewelry box, these pieces each feature five cascading rows of breathtaking emerald-cut and brilliant-cut diamonds.

Roberto Demeglio Collection

Roberto Demeglio

Can’t decide between these beautiful Roberto Demeglio Collection ceramic and diamond bracelets and rings? Get them all so she can mix and match!

Diamond Earrings

Diamond Earrings

When in doubt, diamonds are always the way to go. But our brilliant collection of diamond earrings will make it hard to choose.

Roberto Coin

Roberto Coin

Exclusive to Eiseman Jewels, these bracelets from the new Roberto Coin Sauvage Prive Collection, with its bold geometric designs in diamonds and 18-karat gold, will not disappoint.

JB Star

JB Star

Make her holidays exponentially happier with this incredible sparkler from JB Star. This cocktail ring features a 16.98-carat rectangular cushion cut Paraiba Tourmaline and a total of 4.40 carats of diamonds.

Vintage David Webb

David Webb

For the woman who has everything, this vintage David Webb bracelet from the Eiseman Estate Collection will wow even the most discerning recipient. The bracelet — which can also convert into a pin — features diamonds, emeralds and pearls set in platinum.

Exclusive Italian Collection

Italian Collection

She will love this twist on a traditional gold bracelet from our Exclusive Italian Collection, featuring rubies and diamonds in 18-karat rose gold.

Eiseman Fashion Collection

Eiseman Fashion Collection

Who can resist diamonds by the yard? Choose from varying metals and diamond sizes with the Eiseman Fashion Collection.

Jaeger LeCoultre

Jaeger LeCoultre

Make it the most wonderful time of her year with the rose gold Jaeger LeCoultre Rendez-Vous Date featuring a bezel set with brilliant-cut diamonds.

Gifts For Him

L’Epée’s Gaz Derrick

L'Epée

When an ordinary desk clock simply will not do, try an extraordinary one. The L’Epée 1839 limited edition Gaz Derrick clock is one of a very limited run of only 50. Powered by the earth’s energy, the clock’s movement allows for precise timekeeping for up to seven days.

Breitling

Breitling

Watch his eyes light up when you present him with this Navitimer 1 B01 Chronograph 43 from Breitling. A favorite among pilots and aeronautical enthusiasts since 1952, this legendary model stands out with its steel case, black dial with red seconds hand, silver chronograph counters and applied hour markers.

Men’s Accessories

Men's Accessories

Eiseman carries a little something for every man on your list, from an Underwood London watch winder to cufflinks, stretch bracelets and bands available in a variety of metal options.

Ulysse Nardin

Ulysse Nardin

If he’s crazy about timepieces, we have just the thing. The first automatic watch in the Freak Collection, the Freak Vision “Grinder” boasts a super-light silicium balance wheel with nickel mass elements and stabilizing micro-blades and a new platinum case design made even thinner by a box-domed crystal.

Let our experts help you choose the perfect gifts for the VIPs in your life this year. Visit Eiseman Jewels during our special holiday hours at NorthPark Center in Dallas.

pearls

Pearls have come a long way since our grandmothers wore them. From edgy earrings to funky statement rings, today’s artful designs go beyond the standard pearl necklace. The stunning array of different pearl varieties available on the market today — including new colors, styles and shapes — have garnered a whole new generation of pearl fans.

Here’s a look at a few of the reasons why pearls are experiencing a modern renaissance.

Pearl History and Lore

Pearls have captivated the human imagination and functioned as symbols of wealth and status for thousands of years. A Chinese historian recorded the oldest written mention of natural pearls in 2206 BC. Today, they remain treasured gems to be passed down from generation to generation.

In ancient civilizations, pearls symbolized the moon and were believed to hold magical properties. Thousands of years ago, Chinese civilizations thought that wearing pearls protected against fire and dragons. During the Victorian era, small pearls were used in mourning jewelry to symbolize tears. Pearls have also been known to symbolize fertility, loyalty, modesty, chastity, purity and friendship over the years.

Types Of Pearls

South Sea

Some of the most sought-after organic gems on the market, South Sea pearls are coveted due to their impressive size — some are as large as 20 millimeters — and thick nacre, the iridescent outer coating that makes pearls so captivating.

Baroque and Semi-Baroque

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Photo Courtesy of Seaman Schepps.

Baroque pearls are pearls that are irregularly or oddly shaped rather than round. Semi-Baroque pearls are only slightly irregular in shape (oval-shaped, for instance).

Natural

Natural pearls are formed without human intervention and are extremely rare.

Cultured

As opposed to natural pearls, cultured pearls are grown in pearl farms. A technician implants the mother-of-pearl bead nucleus into a mollusk through a delicate surgical procedure. The mollusk is then returned to the water and cared for while the pearl forms.

Freshwater

pearlsFreshwater pearls are grown in freshwater lakes, rivers and ponds, predominately in China. They come in a wide range of colors and shapes.

Saltwater

Saltwater pearls are created by oysters in oceans from such places as Thailand, Australia, Indonesia and Tahiti. Saltwater pearls range from 2 to 10 millimeters in size and are usually round and white or cream.

The world’s most popular saltwater pearls are Akoya cultured pearls, which are grown in Japanese and Chinese waters inside Akoya oysters. They come in a variety of colors, from rose and silvery white to cream, gold or bluish grey.

Keshi

Keshi pearls are a shape rather than a type of pearl. They aren’t found in large quantities and are extremely rare. They’re formed when the oyster rejects and spits out the implanted nucleus before the culturing process is complete. The result is a pearl without a nucleus — one that’s 100 percent nacre.

Pearls and Modern Jewelry Production Methods

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Today, computer-aided-design (CAD) 3D modeling allows jewelry designers to see a design in its finished state before the piece is actually made to ensure everything is just right. With CAD, we can design pieces — including custom pearl pieces — specifically to the size of the pearl or gem to increase accuracy and reduce production time and waste. It also gets you, the customer, involved in the design process in a much more intimate way, and that translates to a higher degree of personal expression in the finished custom piece.

For a beautiful selection of pearl jewelry or to inquire about designing your own, visit Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas.

At Eiseman Jewels, we travel the world to bring you the very best in jewelry and timepieces. And every summer, our travels take us to the luxurious Wynn Resort in Las Vegas, where the Couture show hosts the who’s who in the luxury jewelry and timepiece industry. This is the only venue in the United States to present a curated collection of more than 200 preeminent designers and brands, and more than 4,000 buyers from the world’s most distinguished retailers attend the show each year.

Here are some of the strongest jewelry trends we spotted at this year’s Couture show.

1. Tassels

Our collective fascination with tassels showed no signs of stopping at Couture. They continue to lend effortless flair to earrings, necklaces and bracelets — especially those with an Art Deco influence.

2. Pearls

The recent resurgence of pearls has gone a long way toward shedding this jewelry staple’s prim-and-proper reputation. There are a ton of artful designs that bring this classic into the modern age.

3. Pastels

A palette of soft, delicate hues such as light blues, greens and pinks was everywhere at the show. Even if you’re not big into pastels, you can rock this trend with a big pink cocktail ring.

4. Fan-Shaped Earrings

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Fan-shaped jewelry, like these from Sutra Jewels, was another huge trend we saw at the show. Earrings make a natural fit for fan shapes, which can be quite dramatic when strands of stones hang from them.

5. Engagement Ring Trends

The Solitaire

The epitome of simplicity and sophistication, the classic solitaire continues to be a popular choice, regardless of the shape of the center diamond. Instead of spending a majority of the budget on the ring itself, many brides are opting to place all of the emphasis on the star of the show: the center diamond.

The Three-Stone Ring

A three-stone engagement ring features a (usually larger) center diamond framed by two perfectly matched side diamonds. The most classic three-stone engagement rings feature round brilliant diamonds, but this durable, long-wearing style looks beautiful with any diamond shape, metal or setting.

To see more of the treasures we’ve discovered on our travels, visit Eiseman Jewels in NorthPark Center in Dallas.

ROBERTO DEMEGLIO

Known for the nonconformist and unconventional nature of his creations, Roberto Demeglio is a revolutionary Italian designer and artist who constantly strives to design jewelry pieces that makes the wearer never want to take them off.

Roberto Demeglio came by his love of jewelry honestly: His grandfather Giuseppi — an esteemed jeweler in his own right — was once an official purveyor for the Italian royal family.

ROBERTO DEMEGLIO

In 1984, after training at the Benvenuto Cellini Art School and apprenticing with some of the best goldsmiths throughout Italy, Roberto opened his own jeweler’s workshop near his grandfather’s store. It was there he began to develop his own methods and explore the use of rarely used materials such as carbon fiber and ceramic. He quickly became known for his unique and eye-catching designs.

After receiving several prestigious international jewelry awards and more than a few jewelry requests from famous international brands, the Roberto Demeglio label earned a well-deserved reputation for combining luxury and functionality with an artisanal touch.

The Robert Demeglio Collections

The collections of Roberto Demeglio are a blend of precious pieces and fashion accessories designed for men and women who want to stand out from the crowd. They reflect creativity and ingenuity while clearly demonstrating Demeglio’s most distinctive trait: freedom of expression.

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Pura: Diamonds and 18-karat gold mix with ceramic on a stretch coil to create this innovative collection that’s both flexible and stackable.

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Diva: The Diva Collection blends art and design in a stunning showcase of black-and-white ceramic diamond jewelry.

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Domino: Strikingly chic in design, the Domino Collection conveys ultramodern style with brilliant shimmer.

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Dama: Elegant and simple, the Dama Collection is perfect for everyday wear.

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Giotto: Made up of rings and bracelets that sit close to the skin and feel like silk, the Giotto Collection is soft and easy to wear.

To see our stunning collection of Roberto Demeglio designs, visit Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas.

 

setting styles

When it comes to designing jewelry, choosing the right setting is just as important as choosing the perfect metal or gemstone. In jewelry making, a “setting” refers to the metal base that holds a stone in place. Each type of setting is designed to enhance a particular stone’s beauty and appearance.

With what seems like an infinite amount of choices when it comes to stone and setting combinations, the setting you choose says a lot about your taste and personality. The descriptions below will help you select the perfect setting type that speaks to you.

Pavé

setting styles

In this elegant setting type, diamonds or gemstones are set low and very close together, and are fixed with small prongs that look like beads. This setting allows light to reflect off the diamond’s many facets, making the surface of the ring appear to be encrusted with brilliant stones.

Channel

setting styles

In channel settings, diamonds are suspended between two rails of metal called channels. The stones are nestled side-by-side with no metal in between, creating a sleek, contemporary look. Channel settings work best with princess cut diamonds (or other straight-edged cuts) that create a continuous line of stones across the band without any space in between.

Prong

setting styles

In this classic setting, two or more prongs wrap around the crown of a stone to secure it in place. This mounting style highlights a stone by minimizing the amount of metal used and allowing more light to pass through, which amplifies the brilliance of the jewelry. This prong setting is suitable for almost all diamond shapes, making it one of the most popular setting types.

 

Bezel

setting styles

With a bezel setting, a metal rim surrounds a diamond by the girdle to secure it in place. Bezels can have straight edges, scalloped edges, or can be molded into any shape to accommodate the stone. The main practical advantage of this type of setting is security. A bezel setting is custom-made for the stone that it will hold, so it is always exactly the right size. This dramatic setting style can also create the illusion of a larger stone.

 

Bead and Bright Cut

setting styles

A bead and bright cut setting is a very popular and versatile setting style that uses a metal engraving technique involving chiseling the metal with a polished tool. The result is a highly reflective surface that makes the stone appear larger.

For more information on different setting types and how you can design your perfect piece of jewelry, visit the experts at Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center.

 

fancy color diamonds

Natural fancy color diamonds are rare, beautiful and extremely valuable. In fact, they are some of the rarest and most highly valued diamonds in the world, since they fall outside the usual color range for diamonds.

Only about 1 out of every 10,000 diamonds is considered a fancy color diamond, according to the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), and only a handful of those receive the top grades of Intense and Vivid. The strength of a fancy diamond’s color is one of the most important factors in determining its value — the more vivid the color, the more valuable the stone.

Colored diamonds have always intrigued our in-house diamond cutter and expert, Andre Vorster. “One thing that fascinates me is that nitrogen, the same element that makes a diamond yellow, can also make it pink,” he says. “Very mystifying.”

Let’s take a look at a few of the different kinds of stunning natural fancy colored diamonds and learn how they’re made.

Pink Diamonds

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Pink diamonds range in color from delicate pastel pink to deep raspberry and evoke a sense of romance and luxury. These extremely rare diamonds have long been beloved by celebrities and are revered by collectors and connoisseurs.

Pink diamonds have only been found in a few mines across the world. According to the Argyle Diamond Mine, a pink diamond can cost 20 times the price of its white equivalent. Adding to the intrigue and desirability of pink diamonds is the fact that there is limited gemological information about them.

Blue Diamonds

fancy colored diamonds

Distinctive blue diamonds are considered extremely rare. The most famous blue diamond in history is the Hope Diamond, a 45.52-carat, cushion-cut diamond which hangs on a pendant surrounded by 16 white pear and cushion cut diamonds. The necklace chain contains 45 white diamonds. It is estimated to be worth anywhere from $200-250 million.

Blue diamonds typically get their color from the presence of boron in the earth. The bonding of boron to carbon causes the diamond to absorb red, yellow and green light, which produces a blue color.

Yellow Diamonds

fancy colored diamonds

Yellow diamonds make up about 70 percent of all natural color diamonds graded by GIA each year. Their brilliant, dramatic glow makes them a red carpet favorite among celebrities. The Allnatt, a 101-carat cushion cut fancy vivid yellow diamond, is perhaps the most significant yellow diamond in history.

Yellow diamonds get their color due to the presence of nitrogen atoms, which absorb blue light and produce a yellow color.

Green Diamonds

Green diamonds are extremely rare — only a handful of natural green diamonds are put on the market each year, making them some of the most sought-after of all natural color diamonds.

Unique among natural color diamonds, green diamonds get their color from naturally occurring radiation in the ground. This radiation pushes into the diamond, causing them to absorb red and yellow light and produce a green color.

Brown Diamonds

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Known for their endless range of shades, brown diamonds are the most common colored diamonds and therefore the most affordable.

Brown diamonds are produced when heat and pressure deep within the earth cause the diamond’s crystal lattice to distort. These distortions cause brown diamonds to absorb blue light and impart a brown color.

To view a stunning selection of natural fancy color diamond jewelry, visit Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas.

estate blog

Eiseman Jewels is the ultimate destination for jewelry connoisseurs. We are home to some of the world’s most remarkable pieces of estate and heirloom jewelry — jewelry that comes with a sense of deep history and unique character that sets it apart from other pieces. It is often one-of-a-kind and always timeless.

Here are just a few of the legendary jewelry designers and artisans whose creations you can expect to see in the Eiseman Estate Collection.

Henry Dunay

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Henry Dunay began his career when he started working as a jewelry apprentice in New York City at the age of 14. He worked his way up the ranks to become a master model maker and setter. In 1956, at the age of just 21, he started his own firm and quickly found fame after winning the De Beers Diamond International Award. Known for his bold designs, sensuous curves and signature finishes, Henry Dunay has solidified his position as a leading jewelry designer, artist and trendsetter in the world of fine jewelry.

Jean Mahie

Jean Mahie estate

Father and daughter-in-law design team Jean and Jacline Mazard were among the first artists to create their own work with their own brand name, Jean Mahie, and have it displayed at leading jewelry stores such as Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels. From the moment they started their company in 1970, Jacline insisted that everything she made should be one-of-a-kind. With design studios in New York and the Bahamas, the company became known for its free-form, primitive designs with hammered finishes and melted metal designs. Pieces such as the ones pictured are becoming increasingly rare, as Jacline is no longer designing.

David Webb

David Webb estate

David Webb was a self-taught jewelry designer who, in his early years, worked for several large design houses such as Tiffany and Harry Winston. He went on to found David Webb, the luxury American jewelry house, in 1948 in New York City. Bold, attention-grabbing designs and vibrant gems in 18-karat yellow gold characterize the David Webb collection.

Julius Cohen

Julius Cohen estate

Julius Cohen began his jewelry career in 1929, at the age of 16. In 1956, he established Julius Cohen Jeweler, Inc., with the belief that creating a special relationship with each customer on a personal basis was the only way to do business. The company is among America’s most celebrated and award-winning jewelry design firms of the 20th century. Julius Cohen’s unique, dedicated marketing style of visiting and servicing customers in their own homes or offices or the company’s Madison Avenue studio in New York remains the cornerstone of the business to this day.

Buccellati

Buccellati estate

Mario Buccellati opened the doors of his first jewelry boutique on Largo Santa Margherita in Milan in 1919. Today, almost 100 years later, a timeless design aesthetic and refined craftsmanship remain at the heart of the Buccellati business. The house’s distinguished Milanese heritage — along with an unyielding desire to create objects of rare beauty — has established its distinct, inimitable style.

Every piece of pre-owned jewelry at Eiseman Jewels has undergone a thorough inspection, lovingly restored to like-new conditions, and comes with a warranty guaranteeing its quality. Peruse our stunning selection of estate designs at Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas.

messika

At Eiseman Jewels, our commitment to providing the very highest level of service, quality and expertise to our customers is evident in the designers we partner with, including Messika. Messika’s reputation for exceptional stones, comfortable wearability and timeless yet contemporary design has been proven over and over again by their stunning pieces.

We sat down with Messika’s founder, designer and visionary leader, Valérie Messika, to find out what it was like growing up playing with diamonds, working on her latest collection with Gigi Hadid and partying in Paris for the launch.

Tell us about your latest collection, Move Addiction, which you created with Gigi Hadid.

messikaThe Messika by Gigi Hadid Collection adds rock and even punk accents to my original Move Collection, which just celebrated its 10th anniversary. The designs are strong, the cuts are clear and the shapes are striking. There are at least 16 pieces in pavé and non-pavé in rose, white and yellow gold. Earrings, endlessly transformable necklaces, a choker, rings and bracelets all reflect the strength of the Maison’s signature design.

What’s one word you would use to describe the collection?

Fashionable.

What was it like working with Gigi throughout the design process?

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I loved working with Gigi. She was very involved in the creative process — she followed each step of the fabrication. We drew the pieces together and then when she was in Paris, she would come to my atelier to see the evolution of the project. When she couldn’t be in Paris, I would travel to New York City to meet her and work on the details.

Gigi’s sense of detail and her discerning eye for fashion completely won me over. Her unparalleled professionalism and involvement with the Maison throughout the development process deeply inspired me. Gigi is the embodiment of the Messika woman. She is spontaneous, sunny, and bright.

What makes Move different from other Messika collections?

The Move Collection is, for me, a true symbol of love. When I was a little girl, my father, being one of the world’s top diamond dealers, would bring home some incredible diamonds and would let me play with them. He used to let the diamonds slide between his fingers. The three moving diamonds of my Move Collection were inspired by this memory from my childhood. This collection is my signature, my heritage.

Any favorite pieces in the collection?

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The earrings! They are designed to look like a piercing — it appears as though the jewel itself runs through the earlobe.

Richard Eiseman said the Paris launch party for the collection was fantastic. Can you tell us a little more about it?

On September 27, we celebrated the 10th anniversary of my Move Collection with the launch of Messika By Gigi Hadid Capsule Collection in Paris. I had an amazing night surrounded by my family, friends and clients. Everything was perfect — people were laughing, dancing and drinking. Everyone was enchanted by the beauty of the Salomon de Rothschild, the food from chef Akrame, the Pierre Hermé Xl birthday cake and the music of Bob Sinclar! It was moments like those that make me wish I could stop time.

Peruse a stunning selection of Messika designs, including the new Messika by Gigi Hadid Collection, at Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas.

 

sutra

Sutra Jewels was born of a collaboration between Arpita and Divyanshu Navlakha, the husband-and-wife team who founded the brand in 2008. The two had similar upbringings in two different regions of India. Arpita was raised in western India by a family that manufactured commercial jewelry, while Divyanshu’s specialized in traditional Indian jewelry out of northern New Delhi.

Along with her husband’s expertise in fine gem sourcing, Arpita’s limitless design creativity fuses a remarkable use of color with innovative construction. Each piece reflects the couple’s intense personality and chemistry in tangible form.

Eiseman Jewels sat down with Arpita to ask her more about the story of Sutra.

Who was your idol or muse growing up?

Growing up, I submerged myself in my father’s craft and began my obsession with gemstones. I always turned to the beautiful landscape and nature of my home country for inspiration. There was never a particular person — it was more so the world around me.

As Sutra’s sole designer, where do you draw your inspiration from?

sutraI mostly draw inspiration from either nature or architecture. Both have a special space in my heart. I have always been intrigued by flowers, birds and buildings with beautiful points and windows.

What’s one word you’d use to describe the Sutra brand?

Individualistic. It is the perfect word to describe my designs and the type of woman who wears them.

Tell us about your inspiration for your new collection.

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We are focusing on the launches of our feather, butterfly and tassel collections, all of which possess great elements of movement and fluidity. The feather collection was inspired by my fond memories of peacocks wandering around my home country. The silhouette of the feathers demonstrates the ability the peacock has to spread its wings.

The butterfly collection was inspired by my recollections of butterflies fluttering about the Mumbai Gardens of Maharashtra. After the birth of my daughter, I returned with my sketchpad to the same botanical oasis I enjoyed as a child and created the depictions from memory. The majestic creature held a new, deeper meaning after I became a mother.

What is something we may not know about you or Sutra Jewels?

I am actually quite shy. My designs are my alter ego, in a way. They allow me a creative outlet to express myself.

What’s your favorite piece at the moment?

sutraOur incredible sapphire marquise cocktail ring with marquise diamonds surrounding it.

When you’re designing pieces for Sutra, what kind of woman do you envision wearing them?

She is the type of woman who decides and defines her own style. Her preferences are bold and her taste is always exceptional.

Which celebrity or public figure were you most excited to see wearing Sutra’s designs on the red carpet or to an event? Who would you love to see wear Sutra next?sutra

Having Michelle Obama wear our jewelry during her time as First Lady was an extremely high honor. We also had an incomparable fashion moment with Jennifer Lopez on the Met Gala red carpet in 2015. We would love to see Kate Middleton wear Sutra — that would be a dream.

What else can we look forward to seeing from Sutra next?

The new collections explore using multiple gems married into one harmonious, elaborate yet still very wearable piece. We are also incorporating multi-use functions such as converter pieces that maximize wearability. We recently introduced the bracelet-to-choker combination in the line.

To browse an incredible selection of jewelry from Sutra Jewels, visit Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas.