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Week in Photos--February 8, 2016

Weekly Rewind. There’s a new documentary coming out on Tiffany & Co., illustrating how the brand went from inception to iconic. See this and more in The Week in Photos. Read More »


Keep calm. Blue hues, which convey a message of calm and constancy, lead Pantone’s 10-color palette for fall. Read More »

One to Watch: Judi Powers

Up-and-coming. Brooklyn-based designer Judi Powers said colorful pieces are on the way in her newest collection, called “Prism.” Read More »


Shining light. The 1,111-carat diamond that Lucara uncovered in November has been dubbed “Lesedi La Rona,” meaning “Our Light” in Setswana, after the company held a naming competition open to all citizens of Botswana. Read More »

Valentine's Day

Lovely Picks. “Everyday” diamonds, stackable pieces and studs or rings set with red gemstones give Valentine’s Day customers gifting options that won’t break the bank. Read More »

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This week included word of a new documentary on Tiffany & Co. and the announcement of Ruth Batson’s retirement after nearly 25 years with AGS.
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Jewelers of America now is accepting entries for its annual retailer design competition, the CASE Awards, which will be held at the JA New York Spring show in March.
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The mining company is partnering with the organizers of New York Fashion Week to continue to raise awareness among consumers about colored gemstones.
From calming blues to earthy tones and pops of vibrancy, fall’s predicted palette trends toward gender neutrality.
The Brooklyn-based designer said colorful pieces are on the way in her newest collection, called “Prism.”
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