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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

#WordlessWednesday - Spotlight On Gordon Aatlo Designs Part One - the Classics

In the spirit of #WordlessWednesday - these Vendor Spotlights will include only the basics - Caption and Contact Information...Enjoy!

Today our Spotlight is on Gordon Aatlo Designs - from Classic Designs (part one) to the Next Generation Designs (part two)

Gordon Aatlo Designs are available at:

Gordon Aatlo Designs
1217 San Carlos Avenue
San Carlos, California, USA 94070

Telephone:   650-593-7528  or  650-593-1135

Rare, Brazilian Paraiba Tourmaline Cabochon and pave set Diamonds.
This design can be custom made in 14k or 18k, but there's only one with a Paraiba! 

Gordon worked with Arthur Lee Anderson's gem designs for quite awhile.
This modified cell cut Tourmaline is really unusual and has fantastic color.
We set diamonds that graduate in size in channels and added one at the top.

Imperial Topaz with fantastic color saturation faceted by Master Gem Cutter, Constantin Wild

Classic Gordon Aatlo featuring gems cut in Glenn Lehrer's trademark Torus Ring

Big Gems are made for Men! 
Classic and Modern, Stylish and Masculine, this design is perfect for oval, round or cushion shapped gemstones.
Featured: Aquamarine in yellow gold

This bracelet was created 5 years ago with an Arthur Lee Anderson Amethyst as the inspiration for the design. 
A special surprise as we go through our gem safe, with treasures hidden away in white envelopes,
just waiting to be discovered!  
As we opened the large envelope, we found a second Amethyst!
Arthur named this design SCC - Super Cool Cut!

Modern Classic Collections: available in 18k or 14k, white or yellow gold. Center gemstones of your choice. Shown in Tourmaline, Blue Topaz and Amethyst with diamond accents.

Domes of 18k gold in graduated sizes and can be custom made.  As shown: three diamonds adorn the three center domes. 

She is your Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow - tell her with this Gordon Aatlo  version of the classic 3-stone ring!

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