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Ilana Sarna designs her fine jewelry line, Ilana Ariel, with a nod to her family’s rich heritage.
The subject of this month’s designer feature, Ilana Sarna creates her fine jewelry line with a nod to her family’s rich heritage.
The actual top lot of last Thursday’s Important Jewels sale turned out to be a 24.72-carat sapphire ring that went for $706,000.
Here are the top five stories published on NationalJeweler.com for the week of Sept. 18 to 24, according to Google Analytics.
Pantone has predicted that Lapis Blue will be one of spring 2017’s hottest colors.
It is one of the 10 shades the color institute predicts to be a hit come spring 2017.
The ring, which was only expected to sell for $8,000, was the top lot at the Christie’s New York auction of The Private Collection of President and Mrs. Ronald Reagan.
The oval-cut stone went above its pre-sale estimate of $1.7 to $2.4 million at Bonhams London’s Fine Jewellery sale Tuesday.
The oval-shaped stone is estimated to sell for as much as $2.5 million at the auction house’s Sept. 22 Important Jewels sale.
The Pearl Necklace, with text by Vivienne Becker, will be released by publisher Assouline in October. Pictured is a Mikimoto Akoya and South Sea white and golden cultured pearl necklace with diamonds, designed to resemble a luxurious stole, from 2011. (Image courtesy of Assouline)
Slated to come out in October, The Pearl Necklace recounts the gem’s most iconic moments.
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