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Here, a design from Meghan Jewels, in which diamonds, 18-karat gold and silver overlay green onyx
In the latest installment of Style File, Amanda Gizzi examines the ways designers are overlaying gemstones with gold and diamonds for visual interest.
National Jeweler put the spotlight on the trillion cut’s comeback and an up-and-coming jewelry designer who’s “One to Watch.”
One Dallas jeweler announced the launch of a new competition to find the next big design talent and the CFDA added four more fine jewelry designers to its roster this year.
Pandora and Blue Nile both released second quarter sales figures, Macy’s announced it will close 100 stores and Todd Reed opened his first shop-in-shop.
Explosions of light have long been depicted in jewelry designs in various forms, representing hope and happiness. Here are 16 modern examples.
The GIA started accepting applications for 2017 scholarships, the AGS began its search for a new CEO and funds are being raised for a Maryland jewelry store damaged in a flood.
The industry converged upon New York this week, with three trade shows taking place and two organizations announcing big winners during one brutal summer heat wave.
JIS moves the location of two of its shows, 10 new designers prepare for their trade show debut and National Jeweler’s latest digital magazine launches.
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