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In the second half of a two-part Style File on all things rose-hued, Amanda Gizzi explores the popularity of rose-colored gems and diamonds.
From the major houses to the independent designers, these are the jewels that shined the brightest.
The Couture Design Awards started and ended with remembrances of Cindy Edelstein, with one of the great loves of her life celebrated in between--outstanding jewelry.
Marble takes on luxury status in the hands of two jewelry designers new to Vegas market week.
The modern and contemporary art-centric jewelry designer picked a new muse for her latest collection.
The Zimbabwe-born lawyer-turned-designer introduced her jewelry line to the U.S. market at Couture.
The 5.03-carat fancy vivid green diamond, purchased by Chow Tai Fook, now is the most expensive green diamond ever sold at auction.
Irish jewelry company Love & Robots uses 3-D printing technology and historical weather data to commemorate the wind patterns of a particular date and place.
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