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About Blake Scott

Blake Scott Jewels founder Michelle Siegel launched her stunning fine jewelry line after traveling to India and falling in love with the design motifs she encountered. Blake Scott represents the melding of Siegel’s personal modern style with her reverence for Indian styles and traditions. Rose-cut diamonds, glittering rubies, polished turquoise, and other precious gemstones are set in oxidized sterling silver or gold and evoke an extravagant sultriness worthy of the ancient Indian cultures that inspired them. Shimmering hematite on a macramé bracelet, brown diamonds on a twisted leather necklace, shoulder-grazing chandelier earrings dressed in rustic apatite: Each Blake Scott piece is as exotic as the materials used to create it.

Past Sales Featuring Blake Scott & more

Sale Ended June 02, 2011

Fine Jewelry by Sethi Couture and Tito Pedrini

Classic jewelry motifs get a thoroughly modern update here, in a sparkling selection of must-have styles. If it's a statement piece you're after, look no further than the Art Deco-inspired baubles—or pile it on with an assortment of vibrant multi-strand necklaces and bracelets you'll turn to again and again.

Sale Ended February 18, 2015

Early Access: Fine Jewelry Feat. Sethi Couture

Striking gemstone pieces to take your everyday ensemble to the next level.

Sale Ended October 28, 2011

Fine Jewelry by Sethi Couture & Karma Jewels

Unique pieces—from the whimsical to the statement-making—are front and center in this selection. Karma Jewels goes for the bold with ornate rings and earrings that exude Old World charm, while Sethi Couture shakes up classic earrings, rings, and pendants with diamonds in precious hues of pink, yellow, and black.

Sale Ended August 28, 2010

Fine Jewelry by Nam Cho, Moritz Glik, and Sethi Couture

This trio of designers know how to dazzle. Look to Nam Cho for exotic earrings that drip with diamonds (and sophistication). Sethi Couture offers an array of jewels influenced by everything from Art Deco to Faberge. And Moritz Glik’s earrings, bracelets and rings bring together architectural shapes and exquisite gems.