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10/29/14

Sotheby’s auctioning more Lauder jewels

Another round of jewels from the collections of the late Estée and Evelyn Lauder are the highlight of Sotheby’s upcoming Magnificent Jewels sale, scheduled for Dec. 9 in New York. 

10/23/14

101-carat diamond sells for $5M at Christie’s

A cushion-cut, L color, VS2 diamond weighing 101.36 carats sold for $5 million, or $49,100 per carat, during Christie’s Important Jewels auction held Wednesday. 

10/22/14

‘Graff ruby’ expected to sell for $6M-$9M

Sotheby’s anticipates that the 8.62-carat pigeon’s blood “Graff ruby,” one of the finest privately owned rubies in the world, will sell for as much as $9 million at its auction in Geneva next month. 

10/15/14

5 great jewelry exhibitions to see this fall

From New York to Delaware to Denver, National Jeweler outlines five jewelry exhibitions worth checking out this autumn.

10/09/14

Ritani bolsters offerings by adding brands

Ritani has partnered with a number of fine jewelry brands and designers, as well as up-and-coming talent from the Fashion Institute of Technology, to launch the Ritani Designer Collections program. 

10/09/14

And then there was a lot

Two jewels that once belonged to English crime novelist and playwright Agatha Christie sold for nearly $80,000 at Bonhams Wednesday, well exceeding what the auction house anticipated. 

10/09/14

Sotheby’s Hong Kong sale sets two auction records

A new world auction record for a fancy vivid pink diamond was set at Sotheby’s Tuesday when an 8.41-carat internally flawless fancy vivid purple-pink diamond sold for $17.8 million. 

10/07/14

Diamond lots to top Christie’s October sale

A necklace set with a 81.38-carat rectangular-cut potentially internally flawless diamond is expected to sell for as much as $3.5 million at Christie’s later this month in an auction that will include an online-only portion.  

10/07/14

Ohio university's museum to host AJDC exhibition

After seven months at the Forbes Galleries in New York earlier this year, the American Jewelry Design Council’s “Variations on a Theme” exhibit will travel to the Kent State University Museum in Ohio before it heads west to the GIA.