Tennenbaum’s Jewelry line has been catering to same-sex couples (or couples looking for less mainstream creations) that seek out his unique pieces, which are designed to be gender neutral—Tennenbaum thinks of them in terms of big and small, rather than his or hers.
The New York based designer has created collections of engagement and wedding rings that reflect some of the latest fashion trends, yet still incorporates everything that is timeless and classic about bridal jewelry – without the stereotypical rainbows and triangles.
By using EcoGold in most of his creations, he guarantees that no toxins or waste materials are dumped into the environment.
In addition, his strong beliefs in bringing well-needed jobs back to the US encouraged Rony to make sure most of his jewelry is locally made.
If you were planning on putting together a Gift Guide for the upcoming Holiday Season, we’re inviting you to spotlight Rony Tennenbaum.
Below are a few fashion forward Jewelry gift ideas for your consideration.
Alternative Bridal: Out with the Traditional, in with the Individual.
Be Different & Showcase Your Personality:
As marriage laws changing fast more and more LGBT couples will be hearing wedding bells this Holiday season.
So what are the trends in LGBT wedding rings? First stop, cliches are certainly passé – rainbows and triangles are a major fashion faux pas.
The basic rule is there are no rules! Bands don’t have to match.
Tennenbaum works with the three major types of gold colors: yellow, white, and rose gold.
One of the biggest recent trends has been a movement towards “rose gold” and “organic” looks, not only in fashion wear, but in jewelry as well. Though the most classic, traditional polished rings are still beautiful, the new wave of jewelry is a richer “toned down,” matte finishing that gives rings a more organic feel.
The Tie The Knot Collection
Tie The Knot
These two rings are from Tennenbaum’s “Tie the Knot” collection, made in 14-karat rose gold or white gold ($1,350).
One of the biggest trends over the past several years has been a movement towards “organic” looks, not only in fashion wear, but in jewelry as well. Though the most classic, traditional polished rings are still beautiful, the new wave of jewelry is a richer “toned down,” matte finishing that gives rings a more organic feel. – See more at: http://gayweddings.com/two-recent-trends-rose-gold-and-organic-styling/#sthash.dUcclhDJ.dpuf
The “Air” Collection
These are Rony Tennenbaum’s “Air” bands, made in 14-karat rose gold with a 0.65-carat princess diamond solitaire ($4,250) and 14-karat white gold with a 0.50-carat round diamond solitaire ($3,500).
A Sparkling Chic Eco-Friendly Affair: The Gift That Is A Stylish Statement
At the helm of his Rony Tennenbaum LGBT Jewelry Collection, designer Rony Tennenbaum isn’t only breaking the mold with his designs—he’s also using his jewelry to be in the vanguard of social and political activism, and vigorously champions causes that are close to his heart.
With his “Equality Rings”, Tennenbaum uses his creativity creating statement pieces as a force for social change and a platform to promote forward-thinking.
A precious reminder to future generations of the road traveled to achieve marriage equality, this is the perfect statement gift for this holiday season.
The Equality Rings
Equality Rings RT
– The 14K white gold Equality ring with diamonds is set with 2 diamond baguettes weighing approximately 0.25ct and retails for $2000.
– The 14K white gold Equality band with Blue Sapphires features 2 beautiful sapphire baguettes that weigh approximately 0.15ct and retails for $1100.