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  1. When a demolition crew in 1912 discovered a cache of some 500 jewelry pieces and gems buried in a Cheapside cellar in London, they had no idea they had uncovered one of the greatest jewelry finds of...
  2. Photo 1. Clockwise from above: Cindy Chao the Art Jewel 42.48-carat and 46.89-carat Colombian emerald earrings with colored diamonds, price upon request (+852.9867.2798, ); Bulgari...
  3. As an elaborate keepsake adorned with the image of a panther, the Cartier Exceptional Poker Set ( ) follows suit with the gaming sets that the French jewelry house has been releasing...
  4. A woman must be confident to wear jewelry by Silvia Furmanovich, whose audacious concepts seldom fail to attract attention. This daring designer might adorn a diamond bracelet with a bright-blue,...
  5. The designs in the Cartier Paris Nouvelle Vague jewelry collection ( ) either obviously or subtly reference the jewelry house’s home city. One of the collection’s motifs features...
  6. Historic brands oftenrevisit the past for inspiration, but perhaps not one does it as imaginatively as the French fashion house Chanel.While reinventing Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel’s tailored tweed...
  7. Released in May, the Lalique Soulmates jewelry collection ( ) incorporates the butterfly motif that has appeared in the company’s designs for more than a century. The white-gold Ailes...
  8. Designed by the husband-and-wife team of Christopher Roule and Laurin Lucaire, the jewelry in the Roule & Company Wired Collection ( ) is distinguished by its moving parts...
  9. First-time customers at the Shamballa Jewels ( ) flagship store in Copenhagen, Denmark, may find it hard to believe that the airy gallery is a retail space at all. According...
  10. The exquisite pieces that make up Olivia Collings’s meticulously edited collection of Georgian-era jewelry have survived centuries.