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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.
Personalized pieces, stackable bangles and sterling silver items are projected to be the top jewelry picks for the moms in everyone’s lives this year.
The Italian brand had a number of new collections on display as well as its popular Plie collection, which features versatile pieces that can change shape.
The 8.72-carat fancy vivid stone is believed to have belonged to Princess Mathilde, niece of Napoleon Bonaparte.
Giving equal consideration to both aesthetics and historic inspiration, designer Vassiliki Theodorakidi-Mamona creates appealing and intriguing pieces of gold jewelry that she says are art.
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