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Designer Laurie Kaiser draws her inspiration from the shapes and styles that she finds in nature.
Sofia Vergara teaming with Kay Jewelers, De Beers getting into the secondhand diamond business and Sotheby’s putting an 8.41-carat internally flawless fancy vivid purple-pink up on the auction block--it’s all covered in this week’s slideshow.
Jewelry brand Edward Mirell has introduced a line of titanium pieces for 2014 for both men and women.
Rio Tinto’s upcoming tender of red and pink diamonds from its Argyle mine in Western Australia, a drop in crime reported by the Jewelers’ Security Alliance and an auction that includes once-lost diamonds that belonged to mystery writer Agatha Christie were among the events making headlines in the jewelry industry.
A career fair with the GIA, Rock Lobsters from Kara Ross and an annual retailer conference in California were among the recent events in the jewelry industry.
New York City dominates this week’s slideshow, as many in the industry flocked to Manhattan for the usual slate of summer events.
A jewelry show and an education program in India and viewings of new designs and 3-D printed jewelry in New York were among the happenings in the industry this week.
Award-winning San Francisco-based Yael Designs creates its standout pieces with recycled gold and designs them to be elegant and expressive pieces of fine jewelry, according to the company.
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