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  • July 19 to 25, 2014 New York--A jewelry show and an education program in India and viewings of new designs and 3-D printed jewelry in New York were among the happenings in the industry this week.

    In Mumbai, the Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council held the 31st India International Jewellery Show in Mumbai, showcasing more than 850 exhibitors. It officially started with a lamp-lighting ceremony by a representative from the government of Nepal and two GJEPC executives.

    Meanwhile in New York, National Jeweler’s editors dropped by Flat 128 in Manhattan’s West Village to see the work of British jewelry designer Sarah Angold. 

    See it all in this week’s slideshow.  

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  • Gemstone Spotlight: Yael Designs New York--Award-winning San Francisco-based Yael Designs creates its standout pieces with recycled gold and designs them to be elegant and expressive pieces of fine jewelry, according to the company.

    During Las Vegas market week, the brand unveiled several new designs using gemstones rich in color, including emerald, fire opal, tanzanite, rubellite and more.

    Yael Designs added the pieces to multiple collections including “Lyra,” a cosmos-inspired line that accents colored gemstones with pavé diamonds, “Serendipity,” which highlights vintage-inspired rose- cut faceted emeralds of rare quality, and the “Pacifica” line of tanzanite jewelry.

    Click through the slideshow to see 10 of the brand’s latest designs.

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  • 16 pieces that make a statement in silver New York--From the red carpet to the streets of Manhattan, statement necklaces have been a hot trend as of late, adding pizzazz and oomph to all kinds of outfits, from cocktail dresses to office wear. 

    From longer pendants to chunky bib-type styles, statement necklaces pair perfectly with solid-color shirts and dresses as well as apparel with a high necklace and no collar, although certain styles are perfect for sitting below a collared button-up shirt. 

    Available in a range of lengths and styles, silver provides first-time (and returning) statement necklace-buying consumers with an accessible price point for a bold look, with gemstones and other materials such as wood creating a textured, individualized look.  

    Flip through this gallery to see 16 statement necklaces in silver, ranging in retail price from $550 to $9,500, plus one standout piece priced at $122,000. 

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  • Silver Spotlight: K. Brunini New York--Designer Katey Brunini is celebrating the 15th anniversary of her eponymous brand with the “Chains of Love” collection, which offers sterling silver and gold pieces textured to resemble twigs and includes earrings, rings, bracelets and necklaces. 

    Flip through this gallery to see 10 new sterling silver pieces in the Chains of Love collection from K. Brunini Jewels. 

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