Mark Ingram Releases His First Lab-Grown Diamond Jewelry Line

The founder of New York City’s famed bridal atelier tries his hand at jewelry.

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Photo by Sophie Sahara/@lgdbymarkingram

Mark Ingram is widely known in the bridal industry for his namesake New York City wedding dress atelier, which opened in 2002. It’s an absolute must-visit for brides on the hunt for the dress. Now, with his new jewelry collection featuring lab-grown diamonds, LGD by Mark Ingram, brides and their wedding parties have the option to choose from eco-conscious accessories for the big day and beyond. 

“My bride is a classic and contemporary woman. She is sophisticated with an eye for fashion,” says Ingram in a press release. “I feel this collection gives her the ability to extend her own sense of style in her gifting.” 

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Courtesy of LGD by Mark Ingram

The debut collection (and the brand’s first in-house jewelry line) includes a range of necklaces, earrings, and bracelets, all available in rose gold, gold, and white gold. Additionally, all pieces in the collection feature lab-grown diamonds to create and sustain a low environmental impact

With prices ranging from $150 for a cuff bracelet with white sapphire baguettes to $1,200 for classic hoops, these timeless pieces make for perfect bridal party gifts. We're confident your nearest and dearest will certainly keep and treasure these accessories long-term (which is so much better, and more sustainable, than purchasing cheap, tchotchke gifts they will likely just throw away).

Alternatively, pieces like the tiered lariat earrings ($350) would be stunning for a bride wearing an off-the-shoulder gown with her hair in a low chignon. Or, if you’re looking for something blue for the big day, the lariat blue sapphire necklace ($220) is a show-stopper. 

lab grown diamond earrings

Courtesy of LGD by Mark Ingram

The entire collection is now available online at and in-store at The Mark Ingram Atelier, 110 E 55th St #8, New York, NY 10022.

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