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There are a number of people in the jewelry industry who think so, given younger consumers’ desire for pieces with perspective and a story to tell.
The 16.64-carat purple pearl was expected to sell for up to $35,000 Wednesday and lead the Lapidary Works of Art, Gemstones and Minerals auction.
Lydia Courteille’s new monograph is filled with images of her collaboration with Lithuanian digital artist Natalie Schau, whose portraits featuring Courteille’s jewelry are seen here. (© Natalie Schau)
A monograph dedicated to the French fine jewelry designer delves into her life and jewels.
These books are the seven titles that made National Jeweler’s 2016 list of books to give this holiday season. Let the merriment begin.
From gems to sales, here’s a collection of books you can gift to your boss, staff or jewelry industry friends, specially curated for you by National Jeweler.
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The definitive guide to what’s hot in hoop earrings right now.
The purple non-nacreous pearl, weighing 16.64 carats, could sell for up to $30,000 in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
This bracelet and necklace combine Sydney Evan’s best-selling symbols from the past 15 years.
Designer Rosanne Karmes helped pioneer the modern dainty fine jewelry movement; now she’s commemorating her best sellers in a new anniversary collection.
Marla Aaron designed her “charm boxes” to the exact dimensions of a sugar cube.
The New York-based designer’s cult followers have a new collection to shop for this holiday season.
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