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This is Anabela Chan’s 18-karat white gold bracelet with green agate and a detachable brooch in 18-karat white gold and silver with white diamonds. Image courtesy of Anabel Chan
Jewelry designers at the height of their craft are the focus of a new coffee-table book, forthcoming from publisher Thames & Hudson.
One Dallas jeweler announced the launch of a new competition to find the next big design talent and the CFDA added four more fine jewelry designers to its roster this year.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America added Anna Sheffield, Jordan Askill, Yves Spinelli and Catherin Zadeh to its ranks.
The jewelry manufacturer is going for a trendier look with the brand’s debut collection, which takes inspiration from the well-known ginkgo leaf.
The Cultured Pearl Association of America has launched its annual International Pearl Design Competition and is accepting entries through Sept. 22.
Ylang 23 partnered with TrendSeeder to put together a new contest for jewelry designers. The deadline for entries is this Saturday, Aug. 20.
The deadline for entries is later this week and the winning jewelry designer will receive free mentoring, among other prizes.
Pandora and Blue Nile both released second quarter sales figures, Macy’s announced it will close 100 stores and Todd Reed opened his first shop-in-shop.
Explosions of light have long been depicted in jewelry designs in various forms, representing hope and happiness. Here are 16 modern examples.
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