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.
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.
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.
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.