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The massive emerald cuff and its matching partner adorned the wrists of actress Blake Lively at the Golden Globes.
This necklace and set of five brooches are part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Made of shell and gold, they date back to about 1840 and were a gift of the Misses Cornelia and Susan Dehon in memory of Mrs. Sidney Brooks. Photograph © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Jewelers’ love affair with cameos has been recurrent since the Roman era, and a handful of contemporary designers continue to innovate the iconic jewelry style.
It brings the jewelry, watches, wine, cars and experiences categories, as well as the relationship with Sotheby’s International Realty, under one umbrella.
The Mountain Star Ruby Collection, discovered in western North Carolina in 1990, will be sold as one lot in April at Guernsey’s auction house.
In 2017, Guernsey’s will offer a collection of Muzo Colombian emeralds and star rubies in two separate events.
This Fred Leighton cuff, featuring a Gemfields Mozambican ruby, graced the wrist of Ruth Negga at the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards.
Ruth Negga, Blake Lively, Zazie Beetz and Isabelle Huppert were just a few of the starlets who kicked off awards season with a bang.
In a new feature, National Jeweler editors spotlight the latest jewel to catch their collective attention.
An innovative ear piece from Belgium-based designer Kim Mee Hye
From L.A. to Greece, we’ve culled a group of innovative jewelers whom we’ll be keeping an eye on in the year ahead.
National Jeweler recaps 2016 as it was, in photos.
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