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It has been awarded to Tara Hutchinson of Tara Hutch Fine Jewelry in San Antonio, Texas, who served a 10-year tour in the U.S. Army as a military police officer.
Three-dimensional objects come alive and capture the imagination better than their two-dimensional counterparts, and jewelry is no exception.
This 18-karat gold and diamond lion suite from Van Cleef & Arpels is predicted to top the jewelry sales at Christie’s upcoming auction of the late Ronald and Nancy Reagan.
Among the lots are a Bulgari ring designed to look like the American flag and a Van Cleef & Arpels suite Nancy Reagan wore on a state visit to the U.K. in 1988.
A move to New York prompted Hearts on Fire Director of Design Ilaria Lanzoni to pay homage to the metropolis with a Deco-esque gold and diamond collection.
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In lieu of monograms and birthstones, several jewelry designers are exploring inventive ways for customers to personalize. Pictured here is a fortune locket from Fortune & Frame.
Designers are exploring inventive ways for customers to personalize beyond monograms and birthstones.
An infamous jewelry store robber admits her act and a big book on gems is set to debut. Read all about it and more in this week’s photo rewind.
The Women’s Jewelry Association has awarded its first Charlotte Preston “Gets It Done” grant, this year’s Carelle-WJA Grant and many others.
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