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Don’t miss out the Top 10 Jewelry Instagram Profiles to follow

Scrolling down our Instagram feed has become the daily habbit of 400 millions IG users. The Eye of Jewelry spotted 10 profiles to follow. We like their style, their state of mind or simple the way they propel their jewelry on the digital sphere in the simplest possible way.

Julez Bryant

Julez Bryant is a California based jewelry designer who handcrafts all of her pieces on 14 & 18 carat gold:

And Paris by Alizée Guinochet

And Paris by Alizée Guinochet is a Parisian designer who created the cutest feminine jewelry matching her very cute baby face :

Andrea Fohrman

Andrea Fohrman is another Californian designer obsessed about colored stones whose jewelry is made by local artisans between L.A. and New York.  :


Anfray-Anfray is a French contemporary brand launched in 2013 by Alena Anfray. Her signature concept is a collection of rings made of two overlapping parts :

CVC Stones

CVC Stones was launched in 2015 by a French man in NYC. The concept of Charlie de Viel Castel is to set diamonds on organic stones collected on the various beaches he visited around the world :

Eva Fehren

Eva Zuckerman is a Manhattan born and raised designer who launched her business partner Ann Gorga the jewelry brand Eva Fehren based on modern and minimalistic designs :

Hall Collection

Hall Collection is a jewelry brand and a collective of designers based in London crafting exclusively 9 carat gold pieces of jewelry set with conflict free diamonds :

Mania Zamani

Mania Zamani moved from Tehran to New York bringing her culture heritage with her. All of her jewelry look like miniature architectural pieces set with gemstones :

Tarsis Paris

Tarsis Paris is the story of two high school best friends who had the common dream of launching a creative project . It led to a jewelry label 100% made in France they proudly launched in March 2017 :

Kavant Sharart

Kavant Sharart is the story of a couple who probably had fun with origami designs when they were kids. Launching their first jewelry collection inspired by the Japanese paper game enabled them to win the Debuting Award at the 2016 Couture Show.