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The Gemological Institute of America discussed two large lab-grown diamonds recently examined in Hong Kong and a number of industry events came to a close.
Carine Larretgère, pictured left, is the designer behind Aimée.Aimer. Pictured on the right are the Iguazu hoop earrings, named for the waterfall on the border of Brazil and Argentina.
This month’s jewelry designer to watch is a Parisian brand with a global inspiration.
Tara Hutchinson, founder of Tara Hutch Fine Jewelry and an Iraq veteran, is trying to raise $12,000 on a crowdfunding site to produce a 10-piece line.
The official lifting of the Burmese ruby ban, some big championship rings and a beautiful blue diamond--see it all in this week’s photo rewind.
National Jeweler’s edit of wallet-friendly pieces to stock for the holidays, and how to market them.
For this special Style File, Amanda Gizzi gathered eight pieces of jewelry that help raise awareness and funds for breast cancer-related charities.
Kim Kardashian made headlines this week, which usually isn’t news, except this time it’s because she was robbed of more than $10 million in jewels in Paris.
Tassel jewelry has been coming in and out of popularity for decades but never truly goes out of style.
Tassel jewelry has been coming in and out of popularity for decades but never truly goes out of style.
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