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  1. The exquisite pieces that make up Olivia Collings’s meticulously edited collection of Georgian-era jewelry have survived centuries.
  2. Unusual combinations of materials and bright colors distinguish the jewelry in Gilan’s Journey to Dreams collection ( ). The designs are meant to evoke the exoticism that was introduced...
  3. The death of Rio de Janeiro native Oscar Niemeyer in December marked not only the conclusion of a 76-year career for Brazil’s most influential architect, but also the end of an era for the country...
  4. As he did for his previous collections, the Italian jewelry designer Roberto Demeglio ( ) experimented with unusual materials and unconventional techniques to create his...
  5. When acquiring fine jewelry and gems, it's important to consider some precautionary measures before making a significant purchase. Diamonds, gemstones, and pearls appear in an exceptionally wide...
  6. Every year, De Beers (800.929.0889, ) unveils fresh design themes that incorporate classic round white diamonds and rough varieties of pink, yellow, and cognac stones. But with its...
  7. The Italian jewelry brand Prediletto, whose name means “favorite,” creates playful jeweled gifts—literally—such as a pink bow ring made up of 170 rubies ($8,600); a ring in the shape of a gift box...
  8. After breaking several sales records at auction last year, colored diamonds might be one of the best investment gifts for Valentine’s Day. The One and Only One, a group of seven U.S. jewelers, is...
  9. The Greenwich, Conn., shop Simon Teakle Fine Jewelry ( ) has opened with an impressive selection of antique pieces, including the Chaumet sapphire-and-diamond earrings shown here...
  10. In the lore of famous jewels, these objects of great price are invariably plucked by bandits from the eyes of idols. Such is the case with the 195-carat Black Orlov diamond, which reputedly served as...