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Blog4 Fall Jewelry Trends for 2019

Opal Triplet rings

We’ll admit, we FALL in love with jewelry all year long…But the crisp, autumn months are a wonderful time to buy for yourself or get a head start on your Christmas shopping! At HPerry Jewelers, we have the trendiest styles and deals sweeter than pumpkin pie.

10ct Rhodolite Garnet in yellow gold with diamonds

Trend # 1 : Necklaces, necklaces, and more necklaces!

Rose gold and all-metal necklaces are the go-to gift this fall!

We’ll include plenty of other necklace photos in the other categories, so be sure to scroll to the end and don’t forget to check out our blog post on Dressing In Layers : 2019 Necklace Trends.

The diamond clover necklace represents two very popular styles right now:
two tone with pave diamonds, and clovers!

Trend # 2: Opal Everything!

Opal triple bezel-set pendant

Opal is hot right now, and not just because it’s the October birthstone!

We’re seeing a demand for opal in yellow, white, and rose gold! So don’t worry, we have all of these options in stock.

We offer a variety of opal including Opal doublets, Australian and Ethiopian opals, and Mexican Fire Opal!

Australian white opal with diamonds

Trend # 3: Rough Cut Diamonds and Gemstones

A rough diamond mounting in yellow gold

Did you know that diamonds and colored stones don’t come out of the mine already faceted and sparkling? That doesn’t make gemstones in their rough shape any less beautiful though! We carry a variety of rough, uncut diamond and gemstone jewelry.

The surface of our rough diamond under the microscope

For more information about how our rough gem sales benefit a charity feeding Tanzanian miners, read our blog post: “Sharing the Rough: Collection and the Devon Foundation

Spessartine (mandarin garnet) pendant
Rough Rhodolite (red/purple garnet) ring

Trend # 4: Montana and Australian Parti Sapphire

Montana Blue Sapphire Earrings

We can’t get enough of the latest sapphire trend! Montana sapphires actually do come from Montana, and come in a variety of colors including blue, teal, and even yellow!

We’ve also gotten a lot of requests for “multi-colored” sapphires such as this Australian parti sapphire below.

Another trend worth mentioning that we’ve already devoted a blog post to is The Rose Cut Diamond Trend, which you can read about here.

Don’t forget to check out our Pinterest for updates on what’s popular!

Blog Post: 2019 Color of the Year

Blog Post: PIN-spiration : Rhodolite

Blog Post: PIN-spiration : Tsavorite

Written by…

Jordan Rayne
GIA Diamonds Graduate, GIA AJP
Designer and Consultant for HPerry Jewelers since 2013

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