National Jeweler Network



The King’s 24-karat piano goes up for auction

The 24-karat gold leaf grand piano that Elvis Presley played in the music room of his Graceland home could garner up to $700,000 when it goes up on the block next month.


Convicted couple’s jewelry, watches up for grabs

Tranzon Asset Strategies, in association with Tiger Capital Group’s Remarketing Services division, will hold an auction on Oct. 8 featuring more than 300 luxury items once owned by a California couple convicted in a $38 million premium insurance scam.


A 16-carat fancy vivid pink, up for sale

The 16.08-carat cushion-shaped diamond is expected to sell for as much as $28 million at the Christie’s Geneva jewelry auction next month.


Hasbro family jewels play well at auction

Jewelry from the estate of Rita Dee Hassenfeld was sold in Chicago last week, with all top 10 lots exceeding pre-sale high estimates.


The ‘Hope’ raises the auction bar for spinel

The 50.13-carat rose-hued stone sold for $1.5 million at Bonhams Thursday, setting a new per-carat record for a faceted spinel at auction. 


Roberto Coin chooses a Muse for new campaign

American supermodel Arizona Muse is the face of the Italian jewelry brand’s new ads, which will launch next week both in print and online.


Gem Awards jewelry design nominees announced

Temple St. Clair, Sevan Bicakci and Caroline Scheufele are competing to win in the jewelry design category of the 2016 Gem Awards, the winners of which will be announced in January.


Entry open for emerging designer contest

Centurion is asking designers who have never before exhibited in a fine jewelry trade show to enter its 2016 Emerging Designer competition.


Sotheby’s to auction the 12-carat ‘Blue Moon’

The internally flawless, cushion-shaped fancy vivid blue diamond could sell for as much as $55 million and set a new world record price for a diamond at auction. 


Charles & Colvard debuts colorless moissanite

The moissanite maker recently introduced a line of moissanite with D, E and F color grades, a first for the company.