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Designers Pamela Froman, Emanuela Duca and Mary Lynn Podiluk, creator of the engagement ring seen here, are among the jewelry artists nominated for the 2015 Niche Awards. 
For the first time, Victoria’s Secret has unveiled two “Fantasy Bras,” each valued at more than $2 million and adorned with more than 16,000 gemstones.
The Cultured Pearl Association of America has named the winners of the 2014-2015 International Pearl Design Contest. 
Studs in geometric shapes and with colored gemstones are styles retailers should consider stocking alongside classic diamond earrings this Christmas.  
Pieces with a Seventies flair, mismatched earrings and unusual shapes for engagement rings are among the trends on tap for the holiday season. 
Another round of jewels from the collections of the late Estée and Evelyn Lauder are the highlight of Sotheby’s upcoming Magnificent Jewels sale, scheduled for Dec. 9 in New York.
A cushion-cut, L color, VS2 diamond weighing 101.36 carats sold for $5 million, or $49,100 per carat, during Christie’s Important Jewels auction held Wednesday.
Sotheby’s anticipates that the 8.62-carat pigeon’s blood “Graff ruby,” one of the finest privately owned rubies in the world, will sell for as much as $9 million at its auction in Geneva next month.
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