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King of Jewelry's Innovative Collection Continues to Expand

With regular additions of yellow canary diamonds and Benchmark rings, the Los Angeles jewelry mart further broadens its appeal.

LOS ANGELES, May 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Famously located in the Los Angeles Diamond District, King of Jewelry continues to stay perfectly on top of the most recent trends and innovations in the industry. With world-class, creative designers nearby and access to the most interesting materials on Earth, Los Angeles-based shops like King of Jewelry are eternally on the cutting edge of what's hot in the luxury goods trade. Some of the most recent trends coming to the King of Jewelry inventory are a stunning selection of yellow canary diamond rings and Benchmark jewelry.

The canary yellow diamond has quickly become a foundation of the King of Jewelry signature line. Seen on popular singers Jennifer Lopez, Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, and non-American Idol-related celebrities like Heidi Klum, Rebecca Romijn, and even Marilyn Monroe, yellow diamonds are quickly gaining in popularity alongside their white diamond counterparts. King of Jewelry's current best seller is one of their most lavish cushion cut engagement rings with a natural fancy yellow color. The ring can be set in 14K white or yellow gold, 18K white or yellow gold, or platinum. Surrounding the center gem with pave set round cut diamonds—an incredibly popular embellishment right now—allows the inherent gorgeousness of the yellow canary diamond to truly shine.

While stunning engagement rings are traditionally worn by women, King of Jewelry keeps elegant gifts sure to please any gender in the form of Benchmark jewelry and Montegrappa pens. Benchmark rings come from designer Tom Tosyali and King of Jewelry is proud to be one of few exclusive retailers authorized to carry the brand. The classic diamond wedding rings from this artist are elegant, polished, and meticulously designed. What Benchmark is known for, however, is its immaculately crafted line of alternative metal wedding bands. Including materials like black Titanium, Cobalt, and Seranite, these wedding bands are incredibly popular with future brides and grooms who want something a little unconventional. King of Jewelry also likes that Benchmark rings are designed through finishing and shaping, ensuring they are as comfortable as possible.

While remaining on the cutting edge of the luxury goods industry has brought King of Jewelry additional success as of late, its adherence to quality craftsmanship and customer service is how the company has achieved longevity over the past few decades. Offering a huge selection of cuts—including round, princess, radiant, asscher, emerald, heart, marquise, cushion, and more—and precious metals to craft bands with allows the King of Jewelry designers to perfectly customize any ring to anybody's specifications and taste. King of Jewelry works extensively with each customer to pick out the perfect details that will make each ring as special as its recipient. From loose diamonds to complete an unmounted band to luxurious emerald cut engagement rings as part of matching bridal sets, King of Jewelry is truly a one stop destination for fine jewelry in Los Angeles.

King of Jewelry's extensive collection—in addition to prices, certification information, insurance and satisfaction policies, and much more—can be seen at A friendly customer service representative can also be reached by calling King of Jewelry at 888-349-8299.

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