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As if taking notes from Pantone’s colors of the year, the two most notable stones in the auction world this week were a 15.38-carat pink and a 14.62-carat blue diamond.
Sold Wednesday at Christie’s, the 14.62-carat fancy vivid blue diamond surpassed the Blue Moon to become the most expensive jewel ever sold at auction.
The jewelry brand didn’t have to look far for inspiration when creating the newest addition to its core collection.
The largest fancy vivid pink pear-shaped diamond ever offered at auction, the “Unique Pink” led Sotheby’s Geneva jewelry sale.
The fancy vivid green diamond will lead the auction house’s Magnificent Jewels sale on May 31 in Hong Kong.
Two major players shared their latest performance updates--Pandora’s first quarter results and Gemfields’ third quarter production numbers. Read all about it and more in our weekly photo rewind.
Works of the fourth-generation animal figure carver, including a gem silica chrysocolla and malachite carving of seahorses, will lead the auction house’s Los Angeles sale this month.
What inspired these popular Art Deco-era pins, and what forced them out of fashion? A look at the story behind a style that’s similar to the brooch.
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