The Diamond Redefined

Diamond in the Rough, known for pioneering the use of rough diamonds in fine jewelry, has unveiled a collection of engagement rings and anniversary bands for fall. Unlike the standard sparkling solitaire engagement ring, Diamond in the Rough offers a subtle, distinctive alternative. The natural rough diamonds, which come in shades of white, yellow, cognac, and rose, appear like tumbled rocks with a mysterious glow from within. The stones come in array of shapes and sizes, and each diamond pavé setting is designed around the one-of-a-kind diamond. Prices range from $4,500 to more than $10,000 for larger diamonds. (212.710.1070, www.diamondintherough.com)

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