National Jeweler Network



Cameo collection triples pre-sale estimate at Bonhams

A collection of rare and historic cameos and intaglios dating back to the 4th century B.C. garnered more than $490,000 in a white-glove sale at Bonhams London Wednesday. 


In NY, Sotheby’s to sell jewels of a Mellon

Jewelry that once belonged to Rachel Lambert Mellon, a horticulturalist and art collector who died earlier this year at the age of 103, will hit the auction block at Sotheby’s in November, including a fancy vivid blue diamond estimated to garner up to $15 million. 


Fabrikant-Tara partnering with Posen on fine line

Clothing designer Zac Posen is teaming up with diamond and gemstone wholesaler Fabrikant-Tara International to create a fine jewelry collection that is expected to debut this fall. 


Pandora official jeweler of NY fashion week

Pandora is the official jewelry sponsor for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, and the company’s pieces were spotted on the runway as part of designer Vivienne Tam’s show. 


Bonhams selling peridot frog from Wallis Simpson

A diamond brooch and a peridot frog figurine given to Wallis Simpson by her famous love the Duke of Windsor are expected to sell for nearly $16,200 at Bonhams later this month.


Neiman Marcus now carrying U.K. brand Astley Clarke

British fine jewelry brand Astley Clarke has expanded its presence in the U.S. with a launch in 11 Neiman Marcus stores across the country, including locations in Boston, Dallas and Los Angeles. 


UK brand Annoushka expands to US market

Fine jewelry brand Annoushka has expanded from its London roots to enter the U.S. market, debuting this week exclusively with Saks Fifth Avenue in its New York and Beverly Hills locations. 


Pantone announces the shades of spring

Ten hues that will be prominent in fashion and other industries next spring have been identified by the Pantone Color Institute. 


A. Jaffe maps out new, personalized collection

A. Jaffe is taking personalized jewelry to the next level with its new Maps collection, which offers pieces that depict a particular spot on the globe to mark where people have met, fell in love or experienced some other significant or personal event.