Piece of the Week: Fewer Finer’s ‘Family Bracelet’
The engravable piece is a perfect family heirloom.
The designer behind the Brooklyn, New York-based brand, Madison Snider, based the design of her newest piece on a vintage necklace. She imagined the resulting bracelet as the perfect canvas for custom engraving.
Snider originally created the piece for herself, engraving the names of her parents, siblings, husband, in-laws, and nieces. After fielding inquiries from clients, she added the design to the Fewer Finer oeuvre.
Crafted in 14-karat gold in New York City, the Family Bracelet is available in three sizes with seven bars on a small bracelet, eight on a medium bracelet, and nine on a large.
Each bar can be engraved on all four sides, with names, dates, favorite destinations, or a special mantra.
Bracelets start at $4,500 on the Fewer Finer website.
The Dec. 1 jewelry sale at Bonhams-owned Bruun Rasmussen will have several other pieces of royal jewelry on the block.
Its Q3 sales dipped as inflation took its toll on shoppers in the U.S. and Europe.
From laboratory-grown diamonds to design to country-of-origin, GIA's Alumni Collective™ has a seminar to suite your needs.
The S.S. Central America sank in 1857 off the coast of South Carolina, carrying tons of gold from the California Gold Rush.
Plus, see this year’s list of nominees for the Jewelry Design, Media Excellence, and Retail Excellence awards.
Give your customers the best diamond buying experience this holiday season.
Debuting today, it is open to Provenance Proof blockchain users.
Assure is the program the Natural Diamond Council launched in 2019 to test lab-grown diamond screening devices.
Intercept Silver & Jewelry Care distributes anti-corrosion and anti-tarnish products.
Senior Editor Brecken Branstrator’s highlights include a chrome tourmaline ring, a giant opal necklace, and an American mined stone.
Police in Calumet City, Illinois are looking for several suspects involved in the robbery of a jewelry store in the River Oaks Mall.
The discoveries were outlined in the Lab Notes section of the fall 2022 issue of Gems & Gemology.
The temporary space in New York’s Diamond District lets shoppers trade in one authenticated luxury item for another.
Lake Dai, who teaches at Carnegie Mellon University, joins the board alongside Rosy Blue Managing Director Russell Mehta.
It follows a few other notable fancy color diamonds at auction this fall, with mixed results.
Serpentine Jewels has branched out from its private jeweler beginnings to a ready-to-wear collection and a Connecticut townhouse.
The Cultured Pearl Association of America held its 13th annual International Pearl Design Competition this fall.
A great custom design experience starts with listening to your customers, Duvall O’Steen and Jen Cullen Williams say.