Lab-grown jewellery brand Lightbox has announced its new design-driven partnerships with Roseate, pearl fine jewellery brand and The Future Rocks, the global online marketplace fully focused on lab-grown jewellery.
According to Lightbox, its partnerships with Roseate and The Future Rocks will enable it to “broaden its product assortment, retail visibility and customer engagement”.
Roseate, the fine jewellery brand specialising in South Seas and Tahitian pearls, which was founded by former Tiffany and Co. executives, launched in May of this year.
In addition to exclusively providing stones for all Roseate pieces that feature lab-grown diamonds, Lightbox also collaborated on a new piece for the Roseate Wands collection that gives back to organisations working to support healthy oceans.
The ‘Lightbox x Roseate’ Light Wand is a sceptre pendant, topped with brilliant lab-grown diamonds and accented with glowing mother-of-pearl, responsibly farmed in Western Australia that is a signature of the Roseate brand.
The new piece is available in white, yellow and rose 18K gold, and features white and blush pink Lightbox lab-grown diamonds.
The Light Wand is available for purchase today on both brand websites and at the new Roseate store.
Lightbox and Roseate will be donating 20% of the price of every piece sold to Billion Oyster Project, in support of their work in restoring oyster reefs in New York Harbor through public education initiatives.
Additionally, next month, Lightbox and Hong Kong-based The Future Rocks, the two-year old online marketplace fully focused on lab-grown diamond jewellery, will debut the Joy collection, a collaborative capsule designed by The Future Rocks, featuring Lightbox lab-grown diamonds in an array of cuts and colours and set in future-forward materials.
The eight-piece capsule showcases Lightbox’s white, blush pink and pale blue stones in a variety of cuts, including round brilliant, princess and trillion, clustered on rings, earrings and necklaces.
All of the components, including the bracelet cords and stud settings, are manufactured entirely of recycled PET, and the pieces are meant to be mixed, matched, and stacked.
Antoine Borde, Lightbox CEO, said: “Lightbox’s reputation as a leader the lab-grown diamond space, as well as our sustainability and quality credentials, combined with Element Six’s patented technology and innovation, have allowed us to foster relationships with some of the best retail partners in the world and we are thrilled to expand on that with our first two design-driven collaborations.
“Roseate and The Future Rocks are incredible creative and commercial partners who offer us the opportunity to continue to develop new product offerings, engage new audiences and expand our presence globally.”