We are thrilled to announce Diamond Foundry’s exclusive collaboration with the Award-winning jewelry designer and CFDA member, Jennifer Fisher. The collaboration, a special collection of single diamond studs will be available exclusively on JenniferFisherJewelry.com.
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The collaboration consists of 8 mis-matched diamond studs. Comprised of four Trillions, three Emerald Cut Diamonds and one Keystone. Each diamond is set in a handmade 18k yellow gold setting, custom made to fit each diamond.
Jennifer adds: “To align with Diamond Foundry’s unique production methods I wanted to make something non-traditional. I see these studs as a bit more modern, to be worn mismatched. Customers will be able to make them their own and to accommodate this we will sell the studs as singles.”
Our collaborative collections are a reflection of our commitment to craftsmanship, as well as our incessant devotion to sustainability and innovation. We love witnessing our vision coming to life by partnering with like-minded jewelry designers, like Jennifer Fisher, who are able create elegant pieces that are nothing but ordinary. The distinctive pieces designed by Jennifer immaculately complement the custom diamonds that we are able to produce and cut to marry into pieces that are as unique as their owners.
About Jennifer Fisher:
Jennifer Fisher started her jewelry line in 2005, after the birth of her first son and soon garnered a significant following and became a favorite among celebrities, including Jennifer Lopez, Katy Perry, Michelle Obama, Naomi Watts, Rihanna, Sarah Jessica Parker and Selena Gomez to name a few. In 2013, she was selected as an official member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) and the following year she got nominated for the CFDA Swarovski Accessories award. In 2016, she was honored with the Influencer of the Year Award at the annual Accessories Council Excellence (ACE) Awards. Jennifer received the Retail Innovation Award at the first ever Town & Country Jewelry Awards in May 2018 and was recognized for her ingenuity with their retail innovation award, alongside Tiffany & Co. and Saks Fifth Avenue.