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  1. Nicholas Varney approaches jewelry design and creation more like an artist than a jeweler. He collects various stones, more for color and form than value, and builds artistic expressions of plants,...
  2. The Madison Avenue boutique is known for its important period jewelry that represents stylish design and quality craftsmanship. It also offers a small selection of new pieces that blend seamlessly in...
  3. As the first jeweler to open a boutique at the legendary Place Vendôme, Boucheron has a long history. It was one of the first jewelers to explore the faraway eastern and Indian destinations at the...
  4. Brazilian jeweler H. Stern has the inside track on the flourishing gem scene in its native country, hence it often gets the first pick on highly coveted stones like paraíba tourmaline, alexandrite,...
  5. De Beers’ jewelry collection presents a full range of diamond designs from simplistic bridal jewelry to elaborate collars dripping with dozens of carats. Signature Style: De Beers’ Talisman...
  6. Its high jewelry adorns an international crop of A-list celebrities with dramatic designs dripping in dozens of carats of gemstones and diamonds. Signature Style: Big and beautiful emeralds, rubies,...
  7. The French fashion house creates stylish, colorful, and whimsical fine jewelry that portrays the playful—and sometimes outrageous—spirit of its designer Victoire de Castellane. Signature Style:...
  8. Necessity was indeed mother to Alex Soldier’s inventions. As a young man, he lived in Russia’s remote Ural Mountains, where even the most basic tools to pursue a career in jewelry design, much less...
  9. Unlike the sons of some highly successful men, 28-year-old Evan Yurman did not shy away from following in the footsteps of his father, jewelry sensation David Yurman. "Evan is passionate about a...
  10. After 20 years designing jewelry for Tiffany & Co. and David Yurman, among others, Ward Kelvin struck out on his own in 2009 with American Chinoise ( www.wardkelvin.com ). For this collection,...

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