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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.
The designer, who is inspired by a “classical aesthetic,” will debut her collections at the upcoming Couture show in Las Vegas.
From extraordinary designs to everyday talismans and must-see wedding jewelry, this week’s Style File features 16 pieces that will be on display at the upcoming trade shows in Las Vegas.
This week brought news of two very notable diamonds that will be up for sale soon. Read all about them and more in our weekly photo recap.
This week was full of diamond news, including the announcement that the Diamond Development Initiative has launched a set of standards for artisanally mined stones.
The gold necklace set with rubies, emeralds and diamonds went for well below its pre-sale estimate of $73,000 to $90,000.
Looking to stock jewelry for the stylish mom who still wants sentimental pieces? This week’s Style File has nine great options.
Clothing-turned-jewelry designer Michal Kadar, who’ll make her trade show debut this summer, is opening an atelier for her fledgling jewelry brand.
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