Sotheby’s Diamonds

    In 2006, Sotheby’s auction house partnered with Steinmetz Diamond Group to create Sotheby’s Diamonds, a retail enterprise offering clients an outrageous selection of large white and colored diamonds. Clients can work with a team of international designers to create their own individualized designs, or they can choose from Sotheby’s Diamonds’ own collection of jewelry. Signature Style: Rare stones such as a 108-carat, emerald-cut D flawless; an 11-carat fancy vivid purple-pink modified rectangular; and a 5-carat fancy deep blue pear-shaped diamond.

    Chanel, Mikimoto, Todd Reed, and others reinterpret the classic gem…
    The reportedly $2 million Pearl Egg is Fabergé’s first piece in a new series of private commissions…
    Two extremely rare jewels, one of which was owned by Napoléon’s niece, will headline the sale…
    Photo by Bertrand Moulin
    A cloak of secrecy has long kept the jewelry trade hidden from public view...
    The show will spotlight a selection of rare pieces from seven of the world’s top diamond houses…
    Photo by Doyle New York
    In its 53 years, Doyle has auctioned the estates of Gloria Swanson, Bette Davis, and other film...
    Exceptional colored gemstones were in high demand at the annual fair…
    In celebration of Easter, here are some of Robb Report's favorite Fabergé eggs...
    The internally flawless type IIa stone is one of the largest and rarest in existence…
    The Milanese jeweler celebrated the opening with one-off jewelry pieces inspired by paintings…