Today, Donna Vock’s name is synonymous with breathtaking statement jewels and Old World opulence — but things could have turned out very differently. Before taking a job in the Fifth Avenue office of H. Stern, the prestigious Brazilian jeweler, Vock had planned on becoming a geologist. Working at H. Stern inspired her to shift her career focus from geology to gemology, and the rest is history. After earning a degree from the Gemological Institute of America, Vock worked at Tiffany & Co. and Lazare Kaplan Intl. before launching Donna Vock Designs, her own jewelry label, in 1992. Now based in Connecticut, Vock’s handmade bracelets, rings, necklaces and earrings remain true to her motto, "jewelry about you." Her range of classic and eclectic styles appeal to jewelry lovers all over the world.
When bold, vivid gems are done right, the effect is both nostalgic and dazzling all at once—as it is with this selection from two of the top names in fine jewelry. Cushioned by delicate settings, even the most brightly colored stones here drip with elegance, especially the pearl-adorned pendants, diamond-shaped bangles, and dazzling cuffs.
Warning: If you’re not interesting in turning heads, do not read any further about the fabulous baubles featured in this fine jewelry collection. If you are, good news, because we’ve handpicked this bunch by esteemed designers Eclat and Donna Vock, including pearl and peridot drop earrings, a freshwater pearl bracelet, and an aquamarine ring that could be mistaken for a doorknob. Heads will turn. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Pink tourmaline. Brown diamonds. Tahitian pearls. If you're not ready to turn heads, look elsewhere. The mix here, from esteemed designer Donna Vock, offers one striking piece after another: Think opulent diamond-and-pearl earrings, aquamarine cocktail rings, and strands of round diamonds and golden pearls, to start. Get ready to have all eyes on you.