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The new line comes as a result of the fact that Persona’s jewelry distributor, First Jewelry, has purchased Florida-based collegiate bead and jewelry company Teagan Co.
Rio Grande is calling for submissions for the 2016 version of its jewelry design contest, which will be open for entries through Oct. 23. 
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service plans to severely tighten regulations on the trade in African elephant ivory and, while there are a few exemptions, they may not extend to jewelry. 
The Estate of Rita Dee Hassenfeld, who was married to Harold Hassenfeld of Hasbro Industries, includes signed pieces from Cartier, Harry Winston and Belperron.
To celebrate her jewelry brand’s 40th anniversary, Penny Preville has launched the Celestial collection featuring starbursts and crescent moons set in 18-karat gold.
National Jeweler’s latest installment of The History Behind delves into the where, why and how of jewelry crafted in the 1940s and 1950s.
Soldier is the latest in the line of jewelry designers to create a collection specifically geared toward men.
It might be hard to imagine with the mercury topping 90, but it’s time to start thinking about fall trends. Here are 10 pieces of jewelry inspired by Pantone’s fall palette.
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