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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. This Easter, Fabergé will debut a limited-edition Spiral Tassel Pendant (price available upon request), which will be available only at Harrods in London from April 1 to 21 for the exhibit A Fabergé...
  3. In the new Les Perles de Chanel collection, pearls are presented in elaborate, one-of-a-kind pieces that incorporate gold-and-diamond camellias, stars, feathers, and other signature themes of the...
  4. Every destination has its own distinctive spirit—its unique combination of landscapes, light, and cultural aspects that sets the tone for travelers.
  5. The most comprehensive exhibition of Indian jewelry ever staged has just opened at the State Museums of Moscow Kremlin in Russia.
  6. The design and artisanship of Berber women are being celebrated with an expansive exhibition at the Fondation Pierre Bergé–Yves Saint Laurent in Paris through July 20.
  7. Over the past half century, Bulgari has adorned such glamorous women as Elizabeth Taylor and Sophia Loren in breathtaking jewelry that at times seemed to rival even the actresses’ brilliant auras.
  8. “Color is what gives jewels their worth. They light up and enhance the face,” said Christian Dior in 1956, adding, “Nothing is more elegant than a black skirt and sweater worn with a sparkling, multi...
  9. For almost two centuries, Tiffany has been a pioneer in uncovering new types of gemstones and bringing them to market.
  10. Colored diamonds—particularly red and blue ones—are commanding record-breaking prices at auction, and Leviev is transforming some of the most exceptional specimens into elegant, wearable jewelry.