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The Italian brand had a number of new collections on display as well as its popular Plie collection, which features versatile pieces that can change shape.
The 8.72-carat fancy vivid stone is believed to have belonged to Princess Mathilde, niece of Napoleon Bonaparte.
Giving equal consideration to both aesthetics and historic inspiration, designer Vassiliki Theodorakidi-Mamona creates appealing and intriguing pieces of gold jewelry that she says are art.
The Indian designer displayed her new “Le Jardin Exotique” collection in Dubai, showcasing vibrant colored gemstones in pieces inspired by nature.
At the newly launched Vicenzaoro Dubai show, which opened Thursday, Annamaria Cammilli was showing off a number of new collections involving gold textured pieces accented with diamonds.
The sale of the internally flawless, D color Type IIa diamond marked several auction firsts but still fell slightly short of its highest pre-sale estimate of $25 million.
The four-strand natural colored pearl necklace was part of Christie’s April 14 sale in New York, which totaled nearly $42 million.
Called “Rock Star Design,” it will include a reality show-style competition for the finalists that will air on the Knoxville-based network’s website.
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