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Jewelers of America has tapped the British jewelry designer to bring his specific brand of humor and flair as the host of its annual event.
National Jeweler’s most-read stories last week included an article on the company that placed the winning bid for the 2.83-carat “Argyle Violet” diamond.
A deal to acquire Blue Nile was announced, Instagram started testing shoppable posts and Forevermark unveiled its holiday advertising.
“Both of our brands are innovative and fearless and committed to perfection,” said Hearts On Fire President Caryl Capeci of the company’s partnership with Stephen Webster.
The Boston-based diamond company enlisted the British designer for a collection called “White Kites.”
Feel the breeze with two of the hottest shapes in jewelry, highlighted in the latest edition of Amanda’s Style File.
Pictured here, the Diamond Ivy double-finger ring by Noa Fine Jewellery is designer Frieda Gross Kaplan’s favorite piece right now.
Third generation jeweler Frieda Kaplan Gross can credit her grandfather for setting her onto the path of a career in jewelry, but designs her line with an unabashed female energy.
Cathy Waterman's 22-karat yellow gold and platinum bracelet with diamonds ($9,850) available at
With the rise of the independent fine jewelry designer comes market oversaturation and consignment woes. The industry speaks on these issues, plus on what it takes to succeed as a designer today.
National Jeweler released its 2016 State of the Majors report, both in print and online, this week.
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