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The deadline to apply for the scholarships is April 18.
The 25.27-carat diamond is one of 13 stones cut from the famous 726-carat Jonker rough, discovered in South Africa in 1934.
Designs were selected across five categories in the Jewelers of America competition, including the first-ever “People’s Choice” award.
The Los Angeles-based designer has outdone himself with this massive aquamarine treasure.
The New York-based brand is multiculturally inspired, with a distinct joie de vivre.
Rachel “Bunny” Lambert Mellon’s collection of Jean Schlumberger jewelry, the largest in the world, is on view at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
The trilogy of courses will focus on marketing, branding, sales and writing a business plan.
A roundup of the best jewels from the 2017 Academy Awards and 5 things to know about the gemstone that is cut from the fossilized shells of a prehistoric creature.
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