The passionate gem lover helped bring more than 300 different varieties of stones to the gem trade.
Amanda’s Style File: Mother’s Day Jewelry
Looking to stock jewelry for the stylish mom who still wants sentimental pieces? This week’s Style File has nine great options.
The term “mom style” doesn’t have the same meaning anymore. Today, mothers are not taking a backseat to fashion; they want to look good, feel good and be in style.
But that doesn’t mean they don’t want sentimental talismans to celebrate the love they have for their children. They want both. Thankfully, there are a ton of beautiful, stylish Mother’s Day jewelry options out there.
This Style File showcases how tradition can be tweaked to make personalized jewelry fresh, wearable and the perfect gift for mothers of all ages. Here are a few finds worth exploring.
Rio Grande provides a pathway to responsibly sourced gemstones.
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The watch seller comments on future demand, how the crypto crash impacted Rolex and Patek Philippe pricing, the supply recovery, and more.
It features fives sets of jewelry.
From laboratory-grown diamonds to design to country-of-origin, GIA's Alumni Collective™ has a seminar to suite your needs.
Through the collaboration, HRA will exclusively cut, polish, and distribute Plasmability’s lab-grown diamonds in the market.
They include a tour of a museum’s gem collection and demonstrations of diamond cutting and polishing.
The sale includes pieces “The King” gifted to his longtime manager, as well as jewelry Elvis owned and wore on stage.
It gives trade members full access to its catalog of products so they can sell listings on their own online platforms.
Retailers would be wise to embrace this growing segment of the market instead of shunning it, Peter Smith writes.
The Michigan auctioneer and appraiser also has to pay restitution totaling $25 million for other victims of his fraud scheme.
Johanna Levy will oversee the environmental, social, and governance programs.
Before his sudden death last week, the designer had reached new creative heights.
Joseph Corey, Krystle Craycraft, Sue Hopeman, and Sherry Smith will each serve three-year terms on the board.
A lab-grown ruby makes the perfect nostalgic treat.
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Revenue for the group that includes Kering’s jewelry brands grew 32 percent in the first half of 2022.