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Pictured is a campaign image promoting the Diamonds Unleashed for Serena Williams’ collection, debuting Monday at New York Fashion Week.
Tennis’ most accomplished current player has created a collection of bridge jewelry to benefit Kara Ross’ foundation that aims to empower women and girls.
This pave diamond initial necklace in 14-karat gold is priced at $298.
The social selling company aims to fill a void it sees in the market when it launches Covet by Stella & Dot this week, featuring six necklace styles that retail for less than $300.
The advertising will support the jewelry line that Frederick Goldman is manufacturing for the iconic Chanel and Fendi designer.
This cuff from the Georg Jensen x Zaha Hadid Collection was inspired by the architect’s world-renowned works.
The Danish design house partnered with the renowned architect on a jewelry collection prior to her death in March.
This bracelet is from Tiffany & Co.’s 2016 Masterpieces high jewelry collection.
The jewelry retailer revealed one of its two annual high jewelry collections in New York.
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Melissa Spencer, the recipient of the 2016 Carelle-WJA Grant, is putting her own modern spin on the personalized jewelry craze.
The responsible sourcing e-tailer and mining program have collaborated on bridal and fine jewelry offerings.
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