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Upscale Jewelry Designer Stephen Dweck Returns To QVC With Dweck Diamonds Dec. 8

November 17, 2009

High-end jewelry designer Stephen Dweck will be back at QVC Dec. 8 at 6 p.m. as part of a “Jewelry Gifts of Distinction” event.

Dweck debuted his Dweck Diamonds line for QVC Oct. 28, and it was very well-received. The designer’s work for QVC is nature-inspired, twig and branch-like, with tiny diamond-peppered buds. A lot of items sold out. We loved his stuff — mom didn’t.

The designer and former sculptor is also doing another new line of jewelry, Garden of Stephen, for Bloomingdale’s that is totally different from his Dweck Diamonds and also less expensive than the couture pieces. His high-end jewelry can cost thousands of dollars, and is sold in upscale stores like Neiman Marcus.

Dweck, who lives in Brooklyn, is a real artist but was delightful on the air during his premiere. He was warm, modest and very charming. If we had his talent, our heads would be bigger than a hot-air balloon.

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InStyle Magazine Says Upscale Jewelry Designer Stephen Dweck Has Second Lower-Priced Line In Works, In Addition To QVC’s Dweck Diamonds

October 30, 2009

It looks like “rock star” jewelry designer Stephen Dweck isn’t just doing a lower-priced line for QVC. He has a second affordable jewelry line in the works for retail. 

Dweck, whose upscale pieces are sold in Neiman Marcus, next month will debut a jewelry line called Garden of Stephen in Bloomingdale’s, according to the November issue of InStyle magazine. This week Dweck debuted another lower-priced line, Dweck Diamonds, on QVC.

In a story headlined “Rock Star,” InStyle notes that celebrities such as Beyonce and Blake Lively of “Gossip Girl” all wear Dweck’s upscale jewelry, which is chunky and loaded with huge semiprecious gems. Actresses Salma Hayek and Catherine Zeta-Jones rocked (get it) Dweck’s jewelry when they were cover girls for InStyle.

Dweck’s Garden of Stephen jewelry is totally different from the work he has done for QVC, and both lower-priced lines are nothing like his higher-end pieces. The jewelry that will be sold in Bloomie’s includes gold-plated chains with semi-precious charms and scarab rings. They are in the $235 to $345 price range.

QVC’s Dweck Diamonds pieces were inspired by nature. They have an organic feel, with designs that incorporate flowers and twig-like branches. Some of the jewelry had tiny buds, sprinkled with diamonds. The most expensive QVC piece was a $604 necklace, which sold out.