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The head of the Israeli Diamond Institute answered questions from National Jeweler about the U.S. economy, the biggest challenge facing jewelers and the upcoming election.
Here are 10 pieces of jewelry that show off the ruby, a gemstone that represents passion, protection and prosperity.
Associate Editor Ashley Davis takes us through her favorite emerald finds from the Las Vegas show. Pictured here is Nikos Koulis’ one-of-a-kind 18-karat white gold necklace with white diamonds, emeralds and black enamel.
Associate Editor Ashley Davis takes us through her favorite emerald finds from the Las Vegas show.
After walking the aisles at JCK Las Vegas and Couture, here are the colored stones Senior Editor Brecken Branstrator has picked out as being most prominent.
Stephen Lussier of De Beers and the Diamond Producers Association on the thought process behind “Real is Rare,” why income inequality worries him and more.
In our new monthly feature, Associate Editor Ashley Davis converses with jewelry designers about three of their creations that are particularly meaningful. Our first conversation was with visionary designer Wendy Yue.
While the pearl is perfectly positioned as the gem of the month, June also can call alexandrite and moonstone its birthstones, and this 10X blog showcases great pieces featuring each.
As the trade shows kick off in Las Vegas, Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff reminds jewelers what they’re really selling when they sell jewelry.
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