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This month, the auction house is providing complimentary jewelry appraisals in the United States and Canada for clients who are interested in consigning items to auction.
The retailer and designer showcased five of his collections at the show, as he branches out from the store his family has operated since the mid-1970s.
Ann King Lagos and Toni Renee Leslie have teamed up to create their own kingdom where the line between fine and fashion jewelry is blurred.
The Sex and the City costume designer dishes on what attracts her to the pieces she picks and why there’s no “ass kissing” in retail.
This year, a mix of newcomers and well-known names took the top prizes in what is considered one of the industry’s premier design contests.
The designer is showcasing her new Cirque collection of one-of-a-kind gemstone rings, as well as new ear jackets and a bevy of pieces featuring baguette cuts.
The Hawaii Jewelers Association honored eight different designers for their jewelry’s craftsmanship and marketability at banquet held earlier this month in the Aloha State.
The pigeon’s blood red stone sold for $30.3 million, helping make Sotheby’s May 12 sale the highest-grossing jewelry auction in history.
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