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In the latest installment of The History Behind, National Jeweler explores the origin of posy rings, one of the first examples of personalized jewelry. 
National Jeweler is introducing One to Watch, its new monthly feature on emerging designers and brands, with a Q&A highlighting Philadelphia-based Bario Neal.
U.S. Antique Shows is bringing back its Jewelry History Series with a private screening of Sharing the Rough, a documentary detailing the mine-to-market journey of a gemstone.
Mixed metals trend
Uniquely cut or shaped stones, black and white combinations, and mixed metals are among the trends expected to be prevalent in the new year.
From rare and colored to large and flawless, many of the diamonds sold this year at auction were world record-breakers.
The Swarovski brand has debuted a line of 28 rings priced between $30 and $70 that feature Swarovski Pure Brilliance Zirconia, Alpinite and Spinel crystals.
Patrick McClymont will be stepping down from the role next week following activist investors’ calls for changes in senior management.
Bonhams’ record-setting week continued Tuesday in New York, when the auction house sold a 7.84-carat Kashmir sapphire for $1.35 million, or $172,000 per carat.
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