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  1. A regal diamond tiara is not for every woman or every occasion, but the Graff Diamonds Alice Bands ( www.graffdiamonds.com ), named for the protagonist in Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in...
  2. For all their glamour and prestige, cultured pearls were first created under unexpectedly modest circumstances. Kokichi Mikimoto, the son of a noodle-shop owner, developed an early fascination with...
  3. For the jewelry and accessories designer Kara Ross, 2013 has been a breakout year. She has now opened her first boutique…
  4. The Masters of Modern Jewellery —the first jewelry exhibition to open at London’s Beetles + Huxley Gallery —is showcasing 70 one-of-a-kind pieces through December 25, from some of the most esteemed...
  5. The New York–born, Paris-based jeweler Joel A. Rosenthal, whose small atelier is known by his initials JAR , is recognized by a relatively small number of international jewelry lovers with the right...
  6. The actor Elizabeth Taylor had a longtime love affair with Bulgari jewelry, which prompted the Italian jewelry house to create a one-of-kind pair of earrings out of 18-karat gold, spinels, turquoise...
  7. The pearl, an enduring emblem of grace, is displaying its edgy side in contemporary jewelry designs. The striking new pieces shown here employ dark jewels or rough metal to set off the pearls’ smooth...
  8. These cleverly conceived Deakin & Francis cuff links ( www.deakinandfrancis.co.uk ) are designed to appeal to sportsmen of all stripes. Made of enamel and sterling silver and priced at $525, they...
  9. In addition to being well-respected and versatile actresses, Renée Zellweger, Reese Witherspoon, and Jennifer Hudson all share two things in common. First, they each won a Golden Globe award in the...
  10. For decades, the Argyle mine in northwestern Australia has been the world’s main source for pink diamonds. Not that its production was exactly huge: Only 50 carats of top-grade pink stones emerge...

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