National Jeweler Network



The History Behind … Signet rings

This month’s antique jewelry feature examines the role, and resurgence, in society of signet rings, which were used to seal deals (literally) and communicate rank.


Pasquale Bruni continues US comeback

The Italian brand is beginning its fourth year back in the market after an 11-year absence. 


In Italy, Mattioli goes wild

There’s no lack of animal-inspired pieces to see at Vicenzaoro, but no brand did it quite like Mattioli, which deconstructed common beasts to create unique pieces. 


PGI changes judging process for innovation awards

The Platinum Guild International has simplified the judging process and cut down on the number of categories in its Platinum Innovation Awards. 


Todd Reed now doing leather with diamonds

After launching a line of leather belts and bracelets for men last year, designer Todd Reed has expanded his use of the materials into women’s wear.


At the Globes, stars kept it classic

The 2015 Golden Globes were all about the ear, with simple drop earrings taking the forefront and colorless diamond jewelry also making a strong showing.


Swarovski unveils Chamilia rebranding

Nearly two years after its acquisition, Swarovski has released the details of its redesign for the Chamilia brand.  


Jewelry trends to watch in 2015

 Unusual earrings, chokers and a homage to ‘70s style are among the trends expected to be prevalent in the new year.


Pharrell Williams pens song for Swarovski campaign

Swarovski teamed with fashion photographers Inez & Vinoodh for the next chapter of its ad campaign, which stars model Miranda Kerr and features a track by “Happy” singer-songwriter Pharrell Williams.