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From “Androgyny Flamingo” to “Surrealist Butter,” here are the 16 man-made stones Swarovski introduced in Paris.
A trip to the Oscar Heyman workshop in New York got Vittoria d’Aste-Surcouf thinking about the difficulty of building something that lasts in this fast-paced world.
These delicious little guys won our hearts as cufflinks, and now they’re doing the same on these rings.
The annual history-focused event is scheduled to take place April 4 in New York.
The annual jewelry artist residency program offers the opportunity for a month-long studio practice in New York City.
She was an author and a pioneer in recognizing the importance of Arts and Crafts jewelry and metalwork.
A bankruptcy filing, a big acquisition in the mall world, saying goodbye to a beloved antique jewelry dealer, and more.
The auction house’s March Jewels and Jadeite sale in Hong Kong has been postponed in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic.
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