Week in Photos – September 19, 2016

Weekly rewind. From the sale of former First Lady Nancy Reagan’s jewelry to Tiffany’s ongoing battle with Costco, we’ve got it all in The Week in Photos. Read More »

Business Pulse: What’s Your Average Price Point?

Sales by category. Our latest Business Pulse survey asked jewelers what their customers were buying when they weren’t buying engagement rings. Read More »

Amanda’s Style File: Back in Black … and Yellow

All that glitters. In her latest Style File, Amanda Gizzi brings you 18 jewels in this bold color combination that’s perfect for fall and winter. Read More »

The Earrings that Rocked the Emmys

And the award goes to... A few independent jewelry designers were represented alongside the usual red carpet heavyweights at the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards. Read More »

Fabergé Launches Colored Stone-Set Bridal Line

A colorful proposal. Gemfields-owned Fabergé is getting into the bridal game with a new line of colored gemstone-set engagement rings and wedding bands. Read More »

US Expected to Lift Ban on Burmese Rubies, Jade

Burma ban. After a recent visit with Myanmar’s leader, the White House said it plans to lift the remaining financial and trade sanctions against the country. Read More »

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Ilana Sarna designs her fine jewelry line, Ilana Ariel, with a nod to her family’s rich heritage.
The subject of this month’s designer feature, Ilana Sarna creates her fine jewelry line with a nod to her family’s rich heritage.
The actual top lot of last Thursday’s Important Jewels sale turned out to be a 24.72-carat sapphire ring that went for $706,000.
The pre-owned jewelry and watch marketplace just closed a Series A round to help it continue its growth.
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Pantone has predicted that Lapis Blue will be one of spring 2017’s hottest colors.
It is one of the 10 shades the color institute predicts to be a hit come spring 2017.
Part of the proceeds from the jewelry pop-up shopping event held Thursday night benefitted The Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, where the event was held.
Part of the proceeds from the event benefitted The Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, where the event was held.

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