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Bella Campbell Wins 8th AGTA Spectrum Award

Bella Campbell Wins 8th AGTA Spectrum Award 1st in Bridal Wear for Stunning Moonstone & Sapphire Bracelet

Bella Campbell, accomplished gemexpert and award-winning designer, was honored with her eighth Spectrum Award in the American Gem Trade Association’s 2019 design competition.

Bella won First Place in the Bridal Wear Category for her dreamy, romantic bracelet that glints color with every turn of the wrist. Crafted in 18K white gold, the bracelet is set with five cushion-shaped rainbow moonstones haloed in white diamonds, alternating with quatrefoil shapes created by round denim blue sapphires framed in diamonds. She used, in total 20 carats of rainbow moonstones, 2 carats of blue sapphires, and 2.51 carats of colorless diamonds.

“Mesmerizing and dreamy, rainbow moonstones represent all the colors, so it is a gem that any woman can wear,” muses Bella, noting that moonstone is an empowering gem for women. “All women need to be empowered, and have a moonstone!” She also loves the familiar, beloved denim blue color of the sapphires featured in the piece.

The bracelet, which took Bella four months to complete, was created with Bergdorf Goodman in mind. When she envisioned this bracelet, she imagined a skillful sales-associate at the luxury department store draping it over the wrist of a bridal customer as the perfect “something blue”.

Bracelets are not as easy to sell as earrings and rings, Bella says, recognizing that it takes a special retailer to sell a unique bracelet like this, one she was delighted to receive top recognition for in the Bridal Wear Category of AGTA’s 2019 Spectrum Design Competition.

The Campbellian Collection reveals Bella Campbell’s innate ability as an artist to showcase spectacular color in timelessly on trend designs, handcrafted in 18K gold and platinum. Many of the gemstones she uses in her bespoke designs come from her personal collection, amassed over her nearly three decades as chief gem trader for Kaiser Gems, New York. Manufactured in New York City, her jewelry style blends a variety of gem types, colors and shapes in elegantly simple geometric designs that are inspired by everything colorful—from sunsets and wildflowers to china patterns and her son’s artwork.

For more information, please call 908-656-5614 or email Bella Campbell

About The American Gem Trade Association
The American Gem Trade Association is a not-for-profit Association serving the natural colored gemstone and cultured pearl industry since 1981. The AGTA serves the industry as "The Authority in Color" and has its headquarter office in Dallas, Texas. Since it’s inception in 1981, AGTA’s Membership has grown to over 1,200 Members in the United States and Canada. AGTA Members agree to the disclosure of gemstone enhancements on all commercial documents and to abide by the Association’s Code of Ethics and Principles of Fair Business Practices. Annual affirmation of the Code of Ethics, and enforcement by the AGTA, holds an AGTA Member to a stricter disclosure policy than required by the Federal Trade Commission. For more information please visit

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