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Here are the top five stories published on NationalJeweler.com for the week of Sept. 4 to 10, according to Google Analytics.
Signet rings and Romanov jewels were just a couple of visual highlights from this week’s stories.
Pictured is a campaign image promoting the Diamonds Unleashed for Serena Williams’ collection, debuting Monday at New York Fashion Week.
Tennis’ most accomplished current player has created a collection of bridge jewelry to benefit Kara Ross’ foundation that aims to empower women and girls.
Partnerships in the jewelry industry abound. Amanda Gizzi is spotlighting 13 stunning pieces of jewelry that are products of joint design efforts.
This engraved gold ring was made between 1600 and 1650 A.D. in England. The Victoria and Albert Museum acquired it from a prolific 19th century British ring collector, Edmund Waterton. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Once used as seals and still embraced by today’s jewelry designers, signet rings have held an enduring allure throughout the ages.
This pave diamond initial necklace in 14-karat gold is priced at $298.
The social selling company aims to fill a void it sees in the market when it launches Covet by Stella & Dot this week, featuring six necklace styles that retail for less than $300.
Tiffany unveiled its Masterpieces high jewelry collection while Ylang 23 and TrendSeeder announced the winner of their competition for emerging designers.
The advertising will support the jewelry line that Frederick Goldman is manufacturing for the iconic Chanel and Fendi designer.
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