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The American Gem Trade Association updated its Code of Ethics.
In honor of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge’s christening and, perhaps, with a nod to the popularity of shows such as Game of Thrones, heraldic imagery is being seen around every corner these days.
The designer has partnered with the Platinum Guild International to launch her first platinum design, a limited edition beehive and honey bee pendant that will help support the “Häagen-Dazs Loves Honey Bees” program.
It was a week of diamond news, with India’s top exporters saying no to temporarily stemming the flow of rough goods into the country and reports surfacing that Kimberley Diamonds Ltd. has shut down its Ellendale mine in Australia.
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.
There’s something so romantic and vaguely retro about charm bracelets; they evoke an image of summer vacations when charms were purchased at every stop along the way.
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