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This month, National Jeweler delves into the when, where and why of mourning jewelry worn between roughly 1714 and 1830. 
The Denver Art Museum will be the sole venue for a new exhibition of more than 250 pieces of jewelry, watches and other precious objects produced by Cartier between 1900 and 1975.  
Jewelry house David Webb has debuted an e-commerce platform and commemorated the launch with the reintroduction of its Nail collection, which first came out in the 1970s. 
Clothing designer Zac Posen is teaming up with diamond and gemstone wholesaler Fabrikant-Tara International to create a fine jewelry collection that is expected to debut this fall. 
Pandora is the official jewelry sponsor for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, and the company’s pieces were spotted on the runway as part of designer Vivienne Tam’s show. 
British fine jewelry brand Astley Clarke has expanded its presence in the U.S. with a launch in 11 Neiman Marcus stores across the country, including locations in Boston, Dallas and Los Angeles. 
Fine jewelry brand Annoushka has expanded from its London roots to enter the U.S. market, debuting this week exclusively with Saks Fifth Avenue in its New York and Beverly Hills locations. 
A. Jaffe is taking personalized jewelry to the next level with its new Maps collection, which offers pieces that depict a particular spot on the globe to mark where people have met, fell in love or experienced some other significant or personal event.  
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