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Dendritic agate, or “tree agate” as it is so aptly named in some places, has been popping up a lot lately.
The Hawaii Jewelers Association honored eight different designers for their jewelry’s craftsmanship and marketability at banquet held earlier this month in the Aloha State.
MJSA Expo and JA New York announced plans to co-locate at the Javits Center in March 2016 while bangle and jewelry brand Alex & Ani signed on to exhibit at JCK Las Vegas for the first time.
The pigeon’s blood red stone sold for $30.3 million, helping make Sotheby’s May 12 sale the highest-grossing jewelry auction in history.
In two weeks, all sectors of the industry will convene in Las Vegas to see what designers and brands have to offer for the coming seasons.
The Couture show is introducing more than 60 new exhibitors this year, hailing not only from cities across the United States but also from countries across the globe.
Snakes have been a reoccurring theme in jewelry since the beginning of time, symbolizing both good and evil in many cultures.
Longines kicked off its duties as the official timekeeper of the Triple Crown, timing American Pharaoh’s Kentucky Derby win, while headpieces stole the show at the Met Gala in New York.
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