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Marco Bicego showcased its new Lunaria collection at the Couture show this year, a line comprised of 18-karat gold pieces meant to portray the movement of “leaves rustling in the wind.”
Stephen Webster unveiled his new Albion Rose collection at this year’s Couture show, comprised of two suites of jewelry inspired by British culture, art and design.
Victoria Tse, who was once married to jewelry designer Christian Tse, has launched her own jewelry company and will debut her pieces at the JCK show later this month in Las Vegas. 
Midi rings are popping up on fingers everywhere, bedazzling the space between the fingernail and knuckle. From pieces with gemstones and diamonds to motifs including initials and arrows, check out seven gold midi ring designs in this story.  
The Jewelers for Veterans Foundation will be benefitting from the sale of a jewelry collection curated by the Silver Promotion Service.
Stephen Webster has partnered with Forevermark for a second time to launch a collection of bridal jewelry, creating engagement rings, wedding bands, pendants and earrings that incorporate the designer’s signature aesthetic.
Pandora has teamed with the National Football League to offer a collection of charms that represent each of the league’s 32 teams.
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum was the backdrop for the unveiling of Tiffany & Co.’s 2014 Blue Book, an annual publication that showcases the company’s latest and most spectacular jewelry designs. 
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