National Jeweler Network

Colored Stones


From Vicenzaoro Dubai: Yoko London

Yoko London unveiled a number of new jewels at the show, including on-trend items like ear jackets and multi-finger rings and pieces where its pearls are set with black or rose gold.


Rocks On: Pink’s popularity boosts morganite

As interest in pink stones has picked up over the last decade, morganite demand and price have been lifted with it while supply struggles to keep pace.


Gemfields emerald production up in Q3

Emerald and beryl output nearly tripled for the colored gemstone miner in its third quarter, driven by an increase in average grades per ton at its Kagem mine. 


John Ford to keynote at opal design awards

The acclaimed designer, who works with black opals, will speak at the International Opal Jewellery Design Awards, scheduled to be held in Australia this summer.


Jane Taylor brings a circus to Moda Operandi

Ahead of the debut of her “Cirque” collection in Las Vegas, the designer has 16 one-of-a-kind cocktail rings on luxury e-tailer Moda Operandi.


Galatea names new Canadian distributor

The company, which recently released a line of “smart” pearl jewelry, has appointed Edmonton, Alberta-based JewelMark Canada as the exclusive distributor of its collections. 


ICA latest org. trying to attract younger crowd

The International Colored Gemstone Association is lowering fees for Junior Members, making it the latest in a line of organizations trying to pique young people’s interest in jewelry. 


Ethical sourcing organization celebrates 10 years

Milenyum Mining, miner of the color-change gemstone csarite, is among the sponsors of Ethical Metalsmiths’ “Gardens of Gold” auction celebrating the organization’s 10th anniversary. 


Rocks On: Jadeite prices up, even as US ban goes on

This edition of Rocks On examines how the U.S.’s ban on the import of jadeite from Myanmar has affected the gemstone in the American market.