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Symbols Of Love


San Diego’s leading jewelers share insight into their top picks for Valentine’s Day


1. Haute Couture Cocktail Ring “My main inspiration in creating these rings was to tell a futuristic story — and a futuristic object — in the most romantic way, with the most romantic words. The combination of colors is extremely strong, recalling almost extraterrestrial worlds, but the soft shape and the details of the colorful hues make the rings become extremely harmonious.” ~ Roberto Coin (760.931.1009, www.robertocoin.com)


2. Jazz-Age Glamour “As part of the Blue Book Collection, the Tiffany Morganite bangle draws inspiration from jazz-age glamour. The piece is lined with 18K rose gold that shimmers brilliantly through an overlay of diamonds.” ~ Cathryn Ramirez, Tiffany & Co. (619.297.7200, www.tiffany.com)


3. Diamonds, Always The Hottest Trend “John Matty Co., nestled in the heart of Rancho Santa Fe, provides unparalleled jewelry services including assistance with the finest gems, watches, estate jewelry, buying and selling. High-quality design and manufacturing is what we do best. ~ John Matty (858.759.4100, www.johnmatty.com)


4. Couture Voyage Africa Cuff “Stephen Webster is a British jewelry designer best known for being a creative director for Garrard, the former Crown jeweler, founded in 1735. Coveted by icons and idols, Webster is celebrated for creating modern classics with an eternally chic and glamorous aesthetic.” ~ Liz Rayon,
Prime Time Fine Jewelry & Watches (858.259.1819, www.primetimefinejewelry.com)


5. Authentic Coats of Arms & Treasures “When you make your authentic coat of arms a part of your life, each exquisite treasure becomes a unique lasting legacy for you and your future generations.” ~ Greg Flores,
Fine Legacy (619.929.0358, www.finelegacy.com)




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