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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.
Once the jeweler to royalty, Daou Jewellery has been re-launched by third-generation designer Dalia Daou.
The Swarovski brand has debuted a sterling silver charm that benefits the organization as part of its “Give With All Your Heart” program.
The fine jewelry house presented its latest haute joaillerie collection via an avant-garde art performance in Paris.
The fine jewelry house presented its latest haute joaillerie collection, 26 Vendôme, via an avant-garde art performance in Paris.
Jim Rosenheim, chairman of Washington, D.C. retailer Tiny Jewel Box, will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Gem Awards in January.
The chairman of Washington, D.C. retailer Tiny Jewel Box will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Gem Awards in January.
The design duo behind the brand has tapped an array of powerful influencers to show the timelessness of fine jewelry.
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