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This week included the results of two major fine jewelry auctions in New York and the news that Signet is moving its Dallas headquarters into a mixed used development called Cypress Waters.
The oval-shaped 15.99-carat gemstone topped Christie’s Magnificent Jewels sale, becoming the most expensive colored gemstone ever sold at auction in the U.S.
The 9.54-carat fancy deep blue stone that once belonged to “America’s Little Darling” didn’t find a buyer at Sotheby’s New York Tuesday.
This week’s Style File features 11 pieces of jewelry worn down the runway at last week’s Jewelers of America Fashion Show held at AGS Conclave.
They’ve published three new versions of the custom design software, Bridal, Plus and Studio.
This week included the American Gem Society in Washington, D.C. and the announcement that Tiffany will begin selling on Net-a-Porter.
The New York City-based jewelry designer, who will be exhibiting as a Rising Star at JCK Las Vegas this year, gives her pieces structure and balance through delicate and unexpected touches.
The 15.38-carat diamond will be the largest fancy vivid pink pear shape ever offered at auction when it goes up for sale next month.
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