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  1. The latest creations from the jeweler Nicholas Liu borrow a chapter from ancient mythology that recounts the story of Daedalus and his son Icarus.
  2. Not many jewelry houses have a history as long and storied as Royal Asscher.
  3. Over the past half century, Bulgari has adorned such glamorous women as Elizabeth Taylor and Sophia Loren in breathtaking jewelry that at times seemed to rival even the actresses’ brilliant auras.
  4. “Color is what gives jewels their worth. They light up and enhance the face,” said Christian Dior in 1956, adding, “Nothing is more elegant than a black skirt and sweater worn with a sparkling, multi...
  5. For almost two centuries, Tiffany has been a pioneer in uncovering new types of gemstones and bringing them to market.
  6. Colored diamonds—particularly red and blue ones—are commanding record-breaking prices at auction, and Leviev is transforming some of the most exceptional specimens into elegant, wearable jewelry.
  7. 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.
  8. 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...
  9. 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...
  10. 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...

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