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There’s something so glamorous about jewels that have mass without volume.
This week, it’s all by the numbers.
Designers are having a blast these days working with a wide range of gemstones and playing in full color fields to mix and match tones from light to dark.
With a background in sourcing fine gems for successful designers, international jewelers Allen and William Pung have built Parade based on finding the highest-quality gems while also speaking to the design aesthetic they love.
The American Gem Trade Association revealed the winners of its 2015 Spectrum Awards, the organization’s annual colored gemstone-centric design contest, following judging over the weekend in New York.
Cuff bracelets have been around forever, and they bounce in and out of fashion often.
A luxury goods company won a battle against websites that sell counterfeit goods in London while Jewelers Mutual gave jewelers a lesson on how to use social media safely, and National Jeweler launched the inaugural edition of its online-only magazine.
Leo Ingwer has unveiled 1939, a new collection that offers engagement rings, earrings, and fashion rings inspired by antique designs for the modern bride.
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