Jewelry

For more than a century, Bulgari has been a force on the Italian jewelry scene, but it forged its signature style in 1970s and 1980s with iconic designs including coin chains, voluptuous gold jewelry...
Known for his mix of vintage jewelry and new designs, Neil Lane is a favorite among the Hollywood A-list crowd for red-carpet jewelry. His diamond jewelry collection for De Beers features a striking...
Hong Kong designer Michelle Ong is known for seamlessly fusing Eastern and Western cultures in a distinctive, identifiable look. Her graceful style stems from years of training as a ballroom dancer...
British jeweler Laurence Graff is known for having one of the best selections of hard-to-find, huge D-flawless and premium-quality diamonds, in addition to a stellar selection of colored diamonds...
German designer Stefan Hemmerle is known for his extensive experimentation with various metals such as brass and aluminum paired with exquisite sapphires and precious stones for a decidedly edgy and...
In 2006, Sotheby’s auction house partnered with Steinmetz Diamond Group to create Sotheby’s Diamonds, a retail enterprise offering clients an outrageous selection of large white and colored diamonds...
Legendary jeweler Harry Winston was fascinated by the rarity and beauty of exceptional diamonds, and he spent the better part of his life tracking them down. He established his company as the premier...
The Duke of Verdura set up shop in New York in 1939 and created jewelry for the socialites and style icons of his era including Babe Paley, the Duchess of Windsor, and Diana Vreeland. Verdura’s...
The designer creates colorful jewelry with a whimsical flair such as his pagoda house brooches. But, his favorite pieces are floral designs inspired by blooms from his very own gardens. Signature...
Each handmade piece is like a work of art for this designer, who meticulously collects rarified gems and assembles them in elaborate designs, each selected for its unique color, texture, and shape.
The legendary pearl house creates a wide range of designs from the finest strand of rare golden South Sea pearls to fashionable, everyday creations in perhaps the widest array of sizes and colors...
Fourth-generation Indian jeweler Viren Bhagat combines his country’s rich jewelry heritage with classical European jewelry design references. Bhagat’s influences range from the Mogul decorative arts...
As the first jeweler to open a boutique at the legendary Place Vendôme, Boucheron has a long history. It was one of the first jewelers to explore the faraway eastern and Indian destinations at the...
The Madison Avenue boutique is known for its important period jewelry that represents stylish design and quality craftsmanship. It also offers a small selection of new pieces that blend seamlessly in...
Nicholas Varney approaches jewelry design and creation more like an artist than a jeweler. He collects various stones, more for color and form than value, and builds artistic expressions of plants,...
Brazilian jeweler H. Stern has the inside track on the flourishing gem scene in its native country, hence it often gets the first pick on highly coveted stones like paraíba tourmaline, alexandrite,...
This doctor-turned-jeweler creates artistic one-of-a-kind pearl and gemstone creations. Trusso, who makes most pieces himself, transforms his garden blooms into lifelike jewelry in enamel, gemstones...
Once known as the diamond jeweler to celebrities and high-profile musicians, Jacob is now a genuine force dealing in important diamonds. His range includes large diamond pieces and more refined...
The fourth-generation diamond house has evolved from a behind-the-scenes stone trader to a brand name offering classical diamond jewelry with a stylish edge. Signature Style: Elegant, feminine, and...
This British designer creates innovative, bold, colorful pieces. Signature Style: Crystal Haze, which layers colorful gemstones with faceted crystals to create a mystical quality.
Known for his collection of rarefied estate jewelry, Lee Siegelson of Siegelson is not concerned with a jewel’s provenance, signature, or commercial appeal; he selects pieces solely for their beauty...
Established in 1847, the legendary French jeweler draws upon its rich, storied past for inspiration today. Credited as the most influential jewelers of the Art Deco period, the Cartier brothers...
The jewelry house creates feminine, fashionable, and decidedly French-style fine jewelry. Among its greatest achievements is the invention of the “mystery” setting featuring diamonds, rubies, and...
In London, Moussaieff is a destination for elaborate diamond and gemstone jewelry, including an exceptional selection of rare colored diamonds. In 2006, the family jeweler opened a second London...
When the man behind de Grisogono, Fawaz Gruosi, introduced his striking black diamond jewelry combined with rubies, emeralds, sapphires, and white diamonds, industry veterans called him crazy. “...
The legendary fashion house has earned the status of a high-jewelry house with its innovative use of traditional diamonds, pearls, and gold in designs that are edgy, but at the same time fashionable...
De Beers’ jewelry collection presents a full range of diamond designs from simplistic bridal jewelry to elaborate collars dripping with dozens of carats. Signature Style: De Beers’ Talisman...
Its high jewelry adorns an international crop of A-list celebrities with dramatic designs dripping in dozens of carats of gemstones and diamonds. Signature Style: Big and beautiful emeralds, rubies,...
The French fashion house creates stylish, colorful, and whimsical fine jewelry that portrays the playful—and sometimes outrageous—spirit of its designer Victoire de Castellane. Signature Style:...
After nearly 20 years of experimentation with ceramics, designer Etienne Perret finally mastered the technique of creating high-polish ceramic jewelry set with precious gems and diamonds. His new...

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