Gabriel & Co. Springs into 2015 with New Fashion and Bridal Collections

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Artisan Collections Stay True to Company's Mantra, "Fine Jewelry Every Day."


Gabriel & Co., is springing into the New Year with new fine jewelry collections in both the fashion and bridal categories. Curated by Global Style Director, Hal Rubenstein, in honor of the brand’s 25th anniversary, the versatile new lines—Nova, Flirtation, Shadowplay, Souviens and Jubilee--- are testament to Gabriel & Co.’s standing as a leading design house in making handcrafted fine jewelry for daily wear. Launching in the spring of 2015, these artisanal new collections are made with a range of materials including14K gold, sterling silver, luminous diamonds and colored gemstones. Additionally, with wedding season just around the corner, Gabriel & Co. is unveiling a new generation of its popular Adore collection of engagement rings. Boasting new styles with unmatched attention to detail, Adore offers an effortless experience to betrothed couples looking to buy a complete ring (including the center stone) without breaking the bank.

For spring, Rubenstein meticulously selected earrings, rings, necklaces, bracelets and bangles to accent colorful spring coats and sun dresses during the day, while seamlessly adorning evening’s little black cocktail dresses. Staying true to Gabriel & Co.’s mantra of “Fine Jewelry Everyday” with jewelry meant to be lived in, Rubenstein paired statement pieces with elegant stackables, creating layered looks that can be mixed, matched and customized to virtually any occasion. His favorite styles include Nova’s radiant diamond clusters that appear to glow from within; Flirtation’s delicate weavings of gold and diamonds into lacy patterns becoming beacons of seduction against the body; Souviens’ marvelous array of intensely colored gemstones on endless chains, handset in sterling silver; Shadowplay diamonds with subtle hues of pale yellow, white and grey tones, set against a sterling silver palette; and Gabriel & Co.’s Jubilee bracelet, an homage to the very first piece of jewelry created by the Gabriel family a quarter century ago.

As Gabriel’s only bridal collection to include center stones, Adore remains a favorite of brides and grooms who are looking to bypass the often tedious process of purchasing separate settings and center stones. Adore streamlines the purchase in a user friendly experience, pairing semi-mounts with brilliant diamond centers. For 2015, Gabriel & Co. marries contemporary designs with vintage details in a twist on traditional styling. New design details include rose gold lace galleries on the shank’s interior to bring attention to the double halo-encrusted center stones, in a nod to the Art Deco era; sensual split shanks gracefully intertwining and tapering to add subtle height and depth; and marquis-cut center stones, which are making their triumphant return to bridal jewelry in 2015. Center stones range from half to a full carat in size, keeping prices accessible without compromising on quality or style.

“With innovation to match its artistry, Gabriel & Co. is delighted to present four new collections that increases our excitement for and commitment to our concept of “Fine Jewelry for Every Day,” states Global Style Director, Hal Rubenstein. “With life now sparked by more spontaneous moments than ever before, one of the best ways to be ready for anything is to always look your best, and it couldn't be easier then when you're wearing fine jewelry that helps you look and feel as special as you are. ”

About Gabriel & Co.:
Gabriel & Co. is proud to celebrate 25 years in making hand crafted fine jewelry with timeless designs and unparalleled quality. Founded in 1989 in Manhattan by brothers Jack and Dominick Gabriel, the aptly named Gabriel & Co. has grown into a world-renowned brand amongst consumers and within the fine jewelry industry. Most recently, the brand was voted the most preferred and the most profitable brand by both JCK Magazine’s Retailer Survey and INSTORE magazine’s annual Big Survey. For more information, visit


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