National Jeweler Network



Neil Lane to give lecture at Chicago museum

The designer will share how his drive, passion and eye for beauty has influenced his career.


Spanish brand Tous eyeing US expansion

Tous, the Barcelona-based brand known for its signature bear, is searching for a distributor as it considers opening more doors in the United States.


Swarovski officially dives into fine jewelry

In time for its 120th anniversary, Swarovski has announced that it is introducing its first ongoing line of fine jewelry, a move that will help it reach a new group of consumers.


Colored, colorless diamonds to top Christie’s sale

The April 14 auction of Magnificent Jewels in New York is expected to garner more than $40 million total.


Couture Design Awards taking submissions

The Couture show now is accepting entries for its annual design competition, created to show off the technique and creativity of its exhibiting brands.


Sotheby’s appoints new jewelry division chairman

Sotheby’s has named David Bennett to the newly created role of worldwide chairman of Sotheby’s International Jewelry Division.


Christie’s gets sued by Elizabeth Taylor’s trust

The Sothern Trust has accused the auction house of cancelling sales from the record-setting sale of the late actress’s jewelry without good reason and not paying the trust for other items that were sold.


Niche Awards names 2015 design winners

Niche magazine has announced the winners of its awards for excellence in fine craftsmanship, including jewelry design. 


Centurion honors designers, retailers

William Levine, Armenta and Beverly K, along with independent jewelers from New York to Florida, were among the winners at the Scottsdale show.