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  1. The new Harlequin collection by Sabine G. combines the delicate work of vintage jewelry with bold colors and geometric forms.
  2. For 30 years, the jewelry designer David Yurman has used a simple twisted-metal cable motif as his signature. Instantly recognizable as a David Yurman design, the cable style has appeared in a...
  3. At 24 years old, Brady Legler , a student at New York’s Parsons the New School for Design, is already making a name for himself with his bright abstract paintings, which are selling for thousands of...
  4. Following the Russian Revolution, most of the lavish jewels and enamel eggs created by Peter Carl Fabergé for the Russian imperial court were sold off or disappeared. Many ended up in museums and...
  5. A technique that combines ceramic with gold to produce surprising flashes of color is showcased in some of these rings from James de Givenchy for Taffin ( www.taffin.com ). Instead of working solely...
  6. A regal diamond tiara is not for every woman or every occasion, but the Graff Diamonds Alice Bands ( www.graffdiamonds.com ), named for the protagonist in Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in...
  7. For all their glamour and prestige, cultured pearls were first created under unexpectedly modest circumstances. Kokichi Mikimoto, the son of a noodle-shop owner, developed an early fascination with...
  8. For the jewelry and accessories designer Kara Ross, 2013 has been a breakout year. She has now opened her first boutique…
  9. The Masters of Modern Jewellery —the first jewelry exhibition to open at London’s Beetles + Huxley Gallery —is showcasing 70 one-of-a-kind pieces through December 25, from some of the most esteemed...
  10. The New York–born, Paris-based jeweler Joel A. Rosenthal, whose small atelier is known by his initials JAR , is recognized by a relatively small number of international jewelry lovers with the right...

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