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Two weeks ago, we gave our readers the first peek at a new crop of naturalistic designs that have come to market recently, and now we have more bounty to share.
With the big, bold yellow gold jewelry of the ‘70s making a comeback, National Jeweler takes a look back at the social and cultural forces that originally shaped this decade of design.
The big story of the week was the news that the GIA has invalidated grading reports for 1,042 diamonds after discovering two now-former employees of TCS
We love this week in the calendar. Everyone seems a bit frivolous, having fun with zombies and ghouls in the weeks leading up to Halloween
The Takat family takes its gemstones seriously. The company’s founder, Haji Nisar Ahmed Takat, came from an old Indian family of precious stone craftsmen.
Gumuchian has introduced the Cascade collection, a line of diamond and platinum Riviera necklaces, drop earrings, pendant enhancers and engagement rings.
A suite of Paraiba tourmaline carved in a nautilus shell shape from Allen Kleiman of A. Kleiman & Co. nabbed Best of Show honors at the AGTA’s annual Spectrum Design competition.
John Hardy announced it is ramping up its advertising spend to introduce “The Story of Touch,” a campaign aimed at increasing brand awareness and reaching new consumers.
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