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  1. In the high-stakes vintage-jewelry market, Lee Siegelson has proved to be a master, having assembled an inventory of some of the most beautiful and collectible pieces of the past century.
  2. When Guya Merkle took over her father’s Zurich-based jewelry business, she transformed it from a respected manufacturer of pieces for other houses into its own brand name with a high-jewelry...
  3. Celebrated for its technical and artistic prowess in both the watch and jewelry fields, Chopard made quite a different statement last year, publicly announcing its commitment to procuring gold and...
  4. Known for his signature method of reverse carving, or intaglio carving—which creates captivating miniature scenes within a gemstone—the Istanbul-based jewelry artist Sevan Bıçakçı has unveiled his...
  5. The jewelry designer Pippa Small pays homage to the fascinating jewelry legacy of Afghanistan with a collection of large, colorful gemstone pieces ($150 to $5,000), using stones sourced from...
  6. In celebration of Bulgari’s 130th anniversary, the Houston Museum of Natural Science has partnered with the Italian jeweler’s Heritage Collection to coordinate Bulgari: 130 Years of Masterpieces.
  7. 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.
  8. 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...
  9. Every destination has its own distinctive spirit—its unique combination of landscapes, light, and cultural aspects that sets the tone for travelers.
  10. The most comprehensive exhibition of Indian jewelry ever staged has just opened at the State Museums of Moscow Kremlin in Russia.

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