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A diamond rivière necklace and a turn-of-the-century brooch featuring imperial topaz were among the top lots of the auction, held Monday in New York.
Just in time for the new feature film to roll out this fall, the Persona charm and bead brand is launching the exclusive Peanuts by Persona collection, featuring the beloved characters from the classic comic strip.
Christie’s Important Jewels sale, held Tuesday in New York, included jewelry from the personal collection of Margaret Adderley Kelly, who started staffing company Kelly Services with her late husband.
The gothic line “captures the craftsmanship and darkness of war,” in ruthenium-plated silver and gold pieces set with rubies and diamonds.
Jewelry-making supply company Rio Grande recognized the winners of its annual design contest last month in Albuquerque, N.M.
The traditional Navajo necklace-inspired pieces are set in 18-karat gold with both polished and rough diamonds.
The latest installment in National Jeweler’s antique and estate jewelry series examines Art Nouveau jewelry, which was created in France between 1895 and 1910.
With a small but growing presence in the United States, designer Lito Karakostanoglo made her Couture debut this year, showcasing both her classic collections and latest designs.
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