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When it comes to bridal jewelry, expect the unconventional--unusual shapes, modified halos and color--to become more common next year. 
 Stacked New York has debuted its first collection of stud earrings, and they are designed to be mixed and matched.
A pear-shaped, D color, VVS1 diamond weighing 89.23 carats sold for more than $11 million at Christie’s Magnificent Jewels sale held last Wednesday in New York. 
A platinum-topped gold and diamond necklace presented to writer and socialite Helen Hay on her wedding day topped Sotheby’s auction Tuesday. 
Pantone has picked “Marsala” as its 2015 Color of the Year. The robust and earthy red supplants “Radiant Orchid,” the bright purple that was this year’s hue.
Tacori is making a move beyond men’s wedding bands, offering its male customers fashion jewelry for the first time.
Leading the sale of jewelry that once belonged to the horticulturist, art collector and philanthropist was a 9.75-carat fancy vivid blue diamond that set two world auction records.
Endless Jewelry has entered into a long-term partnership with Jennifer Lopez to create a line of bracelets bearing the singer, actress and fashion designer’s trademark.  
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