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  1. Macao-based Wallace Chan, whose unconventional designs were unveiled in the United States for the first time in fall 2010, has forged new ways of setting large gemstones atop other stones, creating...
  2. For more than 30 years David Yurman has created signature sterling silver and gold jewelry for a loyal following, but in 2010 with the opening of a Madison Avenue flagship store, the designer and his...
  3. Cindy Chao: The Art Jewel produces one-of-a-kind designs that begin with the study of nature, particularly flowers, offered in two collections: her Black Label and White Label. Each collection...
  4. Fiona Druckenmiller opened F.D in October 2010 featuring an array of extraordinary, hard-to-find estate jewelry and watches from Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and more, in addition to collectibles...
  5. The daring jewelry designs from New York’s Deborah Pagani ( www.deborahpagani.com ) combine Art Deco–style geometric shapes with colorful, unconventional gemstones. After having sold her jewelry...
  6. Alexandra Mor had been eyeing the stone for weeks: an 85.30-carat, cabochon-cut emerald about the size of a plump strawberry. Mor, a jewelry designer in New York, was hesitant to purchase it because...
  7. Simple yet stylish describes Coralie Duchamp’s first signature jewelry collection featuring a series of diamond and gemstone–studded Love Knots. The designer and her husband, Patrick Duchamp, a...
  8. The French luxury house Van Cleef & Arpels is being recognized for its contributions to the history of jewelry, fashion, and art at the Cooper-Hewitt Museum in New York with an expansive exhibit...
  9. Art and nature collide in the recently launched Ginkgo Collection by David Morris. For the last decade, Jeremy Morris, David’s son, took over as the label’s head of design and has produced many...
  10. In the 1830s, Henri J. Sillam’s antecedents achieved renown in Paris for their ability to produce six precision-made swords in a day—a talent that earned them the epithet six lames, or six blades,...

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