Piece of the Week: Ayva Jewelry’s Cocktail Ring

Piece of the Week. Holiday parties call for festive cocktail rings, like this one from Ayva Jewelry. Read More »

Fine Jewelry Trend: Bezel, Set, Go!

Bezel, bezel. Designers are moving away from intricate, highly wrought settings and toward the bold, minimalist appeal of bezels. Read More »

The Woman Working to Profile 100 Female Jewelry Designers

Ambitious undertaking. Linda Kozloff-Turner wants to do a book and museum exhibition featuring 100 women jewelry designers. Read More »

Zsa Zsa Gabor’s Diamond Rivière Necklace Sells for $1.3M

Diamonds, dahlink. Zsa Zsa Gabor’s necklace was the No. 2 lot at Bonhams Fine Jewelry auction, garnering a little over $1 million. Read More »

Graff Purchases ‘Peace Diamond’ for $6.5M

Peace out. Laurence Graff paid millions for this rough diamond mined in Sierra Leone and dubbed the “Peace Diamond.” Read More »

Alrosa’s Biggest ‘Dynasty’ Diamond Fails to Sell

Modern-day Dynasty. The biggest diamond in Alrosa’s collection of five high-quality stones cut in Russia is still up for grabs. Read More »

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