SALE ENDED ON: February 12, 2011
Founded in 1936, Fred Jewelry is the real deal — a French luxury brand with a rich heritage and a reputation for producing fine jewelry of the highest quality. Fred founder Fred Samuels, a Buenos Aires-born visionary known for always being ahead of his time, pursued collaborations with famous visual artists such as Jean Cocteau, who created a piece for Fred during the heyday of Surrealism. Now part of the French establishment, and tucked inside the LVMH fold, Fred continues to pursue innovation with architectural designs that showcase the most brilliant precious gems. With an eye for the witty (dog tags engraved with the carat of the diamond decorating it), the classic (stunning engagement rings, wedding bands and watches) and the timeless (the cable-like Force 10 bracelet series, using supermodel Kate Moss in its campaigns), Fred covers practically everything in diamonds.
Past Sales Featuring Fred
SALE ENDED ON: December 27, 2010
Fine Jewelry GiftsWhether you prefer minimalist touches of sparkle or elaborate, masterfully wrought jewels, find beautiful examples of both in this multi-designer sale. Simple pendants that make a major impact, as do the elaborate cocktail rings. Also on offer, sleek timepieces, beaded necklaces and bracelets, shoulder-grazing earrings, and more.
SALE ENDED ON: November 24, 2010
Must-Have Fine JewelryWhether you prefer minimalist touches of sparkle or elaborate, masterfully wrought jewels, find beautiful examples of both in this multi-designer sale. From Gumuchian, simple, segmented diamond stiletto earrings make a major impact, as does the Mouvementee pendant, rendered from a single loop of polished, fluid gold. For true extravagance, there’s Sutra’s filigreed gold ring, topped with a kaleidoscope of pavé diamonds and the spinel-encrusted sunburst broach from Cinta by John Hardy.
SALE ENDED ON: May 10, 2010
Fine JewelsDiamonds illuminate this collection of our favorite fine jewelry brands. From delicate heart pendants by Paul Morelli to outsize earrings laden with carats by Damiani, the precious gem is front and center — and even in headbands by Garrard. Craving some color? Take a look at the double diamond band ring by Gumuchian. It’s accented by bouquets of gemstones in amber, pink, blue and green.
SALE ENDED ON: December 7, 2009