National Jeweler Network



The Iron Lady’s emerald necklace to hit auction block

The Chaumet Art Deco emerald and diamond necklace could garner as much as $274,000 when it goes up for sale next month as part of Christie’s auction of property from the late Margaret Thatcher.


Blue diamond sale sets multiple records

Now called the “Blue Moon of Josephine,” a blue diamond that sold for $48.5 million Wednesday set a record price for any jewel at auction. 


At $28.5 million, pink diamond sets record

Newly named the “Pink Josephine” and sold Tuesday at Christie’s Geneva, the 16.08-carat stone set a new world auction record price for a vivid pink diamond.


Effy launches one-of-a-kind gemstone line

The line, called Effy Hematian - New York, features one-of-a-kind jewelry with gemstones that have been specially cut and hand-carved for consumers who are looking for more unique pieces.


Bonhams to auction world’s largest meteorite carving

Called “Yorick,” the meteorite is carved into the shape of a life-size skull and weighs more than 46 pounds. 


John Hardy celebrates 40 with exclusive collection

The jewelry brand’s 40th anniversary capsule collection features designs for men and women that range in price from $340 to $39,000.


‘Illusion’ earrings take top honors in design contest

The Cultured Pearl Association of America has announced the winners of its 6th annual International Pearl Design Competition.


Carved Paraiba suite takes Spectrum’s top honors

A suite of Paraiba tourmaline carved in a nautilus shell shape from Allen Kleiman of A. Kleiman & Co. nabbed Best of Show honors at the AGTA’s annual Spectrum Design competition.


Fall ushers in dark-hued collections

David Yurman, Lagos and Armenta all have unveiled lines featuring blackened metals for fall/winter 2015, as darker color palettes arrive with autumn.