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The Dallas Shaw x Elisa Solomon collaboration rings retail for $620 (top) and $1,290 (bottom).
The jewelry designer and fashion illustrator have designed a delicate opal ring stack together.
Seven contemporary female artists created charms for this bracelet with fine jeweler Ippolita (price upon request).
Fine jewelry brand Ippolita enlisted some of contemporary art’s biggest names for the project.
The “Bright Night” Fantasy Bra, designed by Eddie Borgo, is adorned with more than 450 carats of hand-set diamonds and emeralds in 18-karat gold.
An innovative new engagement ring service from The Knot and a Burmese ruby were among this week’s top stories.
This style from Shinola’s first fine jewelry collection designed by Pamela Love is crafted in 14-karat yellow gold and retails for $1,200.
The collection is Shinola’s first foray into women’s jewelry and part of a larger push into the women’s market.
The gemstone, which is pigeon’s blood red in color, could garner up to $12.5 million at the Magnificent Jewels auction in Hong Kong next month.
This edition of Style File features 12 pieces of jewelry that are a fun way to showcase the love of all things Halloween, year-round.
Sapphire crystal, diamond, silver, and platinum "wings" pin, 2006 © Taffin - photograph by Philippe de Givenchy for Taffin
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