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Premier Designs Set Jewelry: Necklace, Earrings, Bracelet, Pendant

Updated on January 15, 2015

Premier Designs Sets

Premier Designs sets combine several jewelry pieces – usually a large necklace and one or two smaller items such as earrings and/or bracelet – that when worn together will make a “fashion impact.” It's not accidental that sets usually fall under the more classic, elegant category of jewelry than separate products (which can be more experimental or avant garde looking). Wearing a set demands a more careful, though-out approach in fashion and apparel choice making, and usually entails more risks. Premier do everything they can to assist their clients in reducing those risks.

Hence, you will find symmetry, decorative ornamentations, and balanced combinations of gemstones and alloy dominating the sets; earth tone colors and calm palettes (for instance, silver tone plus black crystals) complete the picture.

However, if you are in the mood for some risks, the company's selection of separate pieces allows to combine your own unique sets.

Designer Filigree Set
Designer Filigree Set

Silver, Crystals

  • Infusion set takes a minimalistic approach, abandoning gems altogether, opting instead for the “prefect circle” and shining, polished silver tone rings. The set contains a necklace and a piar of earring, but the former can apparently be stranded into a bracelet.

  • Carlisle adds a touch of luxury by adding black translucent crystals, and setting them in ornamented frames; the set includes a necklace, a pendant (or a brooch), and a pair of earrings. Here the line rather than the circle plays the main geometrical role.

Gemstones

  • Austin takes things a step further, while remaining within design boundaries of balance and proportion. Earth tone elongated beads separated by silver accents appear to blend with the strand on which they spread, creating a distinct fluid display.

  • Blain pays tribute to Premier fascination with aristocratic and royal inspired jewelry and offers an impressive combination of earrings and bracelet: the pieces include silver and gold plated alloy, and two sorts of crystals – the entire set creating a powerful, dazzling spectacle.

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      Elijah S 8 years ago from Europe

      Hi Laura, thanks for commenting! I'm intrigued by the design you described, and would definitely like to see a photo before trying to decide if it's a Premier Designs piece (I don't think they put hallmarks). I remember seeing something similar, but with a simple circle instead of a heart shape being the main motif. I sent a request to your profile mailbox, looking forward to your reply!

      Elijah

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      Laura Thykeson 8 years ago from Central Texas

      Dear Elijah s,

      Hello! It seems we have a common interest in costume jewelry and jewelry in general! I have a question you may can answer for me. Several years ago, I received a gift of a beautiful necklace and earrings that I was told was possibly a Premier Designs piece. I could find no hallmarks on this piece, anywhere, and wondered if all of their pieces had hallmarks, or if some did not. It closely resembles another piece that someone I know owns, and hers is definitely Premier Designs, because she bought it from a seller of that brand herself.

      My piece is a heavy, slightly antiqued looking, silver colored metal, linked heart design necklace. Inside of each heart there is a heart shaped black "stone". The earrings are clip ons, consisting of a single silver colored metal surrounding the same black heart shaped "stone" as the necklace has.

      It is a beautiful piece, very good quality, and has worn exceptionally well, with no tarnishing or signs of worn spots etc. The main thing I would like to know is-who made it? Therefore, my question. Does Premier Designs always hallmark their pieces or are some not marked? You may not be able to answer this without seeing a picture of the piece. If you need a photo, just email me from my profile page and I will send you one.

      Thank you for your time, and I have loved looking at the pieces you have shown in your hubs!

      Laura Thykeson

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