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Every four to five years, rumors circulate about men’s jewelry making a comeback. But this time around, it feels a bit different.

The use of baguette diamonds, as well as chokers and collars, were noticeable jewelry trends at both the Couture and JCK shows in Las Vegas earlier this month.
The gothic line “captures the craftsmanship and darkness of war,” in ruthenium-plated silver and gold pieces set with rubies and diamonds.
A report on mining company Richland beginning production at its Capricorn mine in Queensland, Australia and Gemfields unearthing a rare set of matching rubies were among the headlines in colored gemstone news.
Jewelry-making supply company Rio Grande recognized the winners of its annual design contest last month in Albuquerque, N.M.
The traditional Navajo necklace-inspired pieces are set in 18-karat gold with both polished and rough diamonds.
When summer rolls around, the paler stones come out to play.
The latest installment in National Jeweler’s antique and estate jewelry series examines Art Nouveau jewelry, which was created in France between 1895 and 1910.
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