Here are 15 jewels to celebrate the season.
“Groovy” finds inspiration in the 1960s and ‘70s, but it’s equally of the moment.
It’s the time of year for opal and tourmaline.
Feedback from collectors and editors, as well as celebrity style, informed Le Vian’s jewelry trend predictions.
The sweet-as-candy ring proves hearts are always in style.
Five years ago, the colored gemstone joined peridot as August’s official birthstone.
It’s like your favorite childhood toy but with the bonus of gold, diamonds, and a ruby.
The vibrant-hued jewel is perfect for summer.
National Jeweler chats with three experts about the health of the sector, trends, and their outlooks for the rest of the year.
A new program from Hancocks London is capitalizing on several trends, Senior Editor Brecken Branstrator writes.
It pairs May’s birthstone with bright turquoise.
May’s birthstone has those born in other months feeling green with envy.