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It’s an optimistic jewel heralding better days.
The 118.88-carat Burmese sapphire touted ahead of the sale didn’t go up for auction in Hong Kong Wednesday.
Now, designers have until mid-December to submit their entries.
It previews a forthcoming jewelry exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History.
Offered without reserve as a “gauge of the market,” the stone’s hammer price fell well short of similar stones.
Here are 16 styles celebrating the month’s birthstones, both lucky enough to have numerous color palettes to appeal to different people.
The jewelry designer is offering a discount on her charms for the month of October.
Diamond jewelry trends, a department store exits bankruptcy, and more.
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