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Snakes have been bent, twisted and bejeweled for adornment’s sake for thousands of years. What is it about this figure--a commonly-feared reptile with scaly skin--that is so appealing to jewelry-makers?
Though the designer has long done one-of-a-kind bridal pieces, she now has a full collection of engagement rings and wedding bands, most priced between $2,000 and $10,000.
In a profile by contributor Lilian Raji, the jewelry designer known for use of Lucite reflects on 25 years of design, business lessons and breaking down the stigma that surrounds aging.
Plans call for the brand to be sold via independent retailers, with the majority of pieces priced between $1,000 and $7,000 retail.
U.S. Antique Shows will launch its exclusive Lueur antique jewelry and watch show from Oct. 23 to 25 at the Jacob K. Javits Center, aligning it with a number of other trade shows occurring at the venue during the month.
A diamond rivière necklace and a turn-of-the-century brooch featuring imperial topaz were among the top lots of the auction, held Monday in New York.
Just in time for the new feature film to roll out this fall, the Persona charm and bead brand is launching the exclusive Peanuts by Persona collection, featuring the beloved characters from the classic comic strip.
Christie’s Important Jewels sale, held Tuesday in New York, included jewelry from the personal collection of Margaret Adderley Kelly, who started staffing company Kelly Services with her late husband.
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