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About A. Link

A. Link's legacy of quality diamond jewelry started with one man: the company’s namesake, Adolph Link. The son of a Viennese goldsmith, Link came to New York City in 1894 and apprenticed as a platinum jeweler with both Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels. In his off-hours Link purchased raw gold and platinum and created his own designs, establishing the foundation for A. Link. In the 1940s, Link’s sons — a jeweler and a diamond cutter — joined the business and helped cement A. Link's reputation as a top diamond jewelry dealer and manufacturer. Today the family-operated business continues to shine as bright as its dazzling wares, which include necklaces inspired by the opera and the distinctive, patented C2 diamond band.

Past Sales Featuring A. Link

Sale Ended October 11, 2010

A. Link Jewelry

If diamonds are a girl's best friend, then get ready to bond with this standout selection from a leader in the industry. Unabashedly bold diamond bands and dangling drop earrings join quieter pieces like single-row bracelets, flower-shaped studs and small pendant necklaces. Whatever you choose, each style shines bright.

Sale Ended December 06, 2010

A. Link Fine Jewelry

Look to A. Link for delicate baubles bearing gorgeous arrangements of diamonds. This sale features a tennis bracelet composed of tiny bejeweled leaves, a pendant of dazzling swirls and a thickset ring, encrusted with twists and coils of variously sized brilliants.

Sale Ended February 25, 2011

A. Link Fine Jewelry - 2/23/2011

Twinkle, twinkle, little stones. Jewelry dotted with micro-pavé diamonds is pretty easy on the eyes. Try ultra-thin stacking rings, dangling earrings, or a superfine tennis bracelet, teaming with tiny black gems.