Articles in Jewelry

Over 180 years, the house of Sillam evolved from making swords to crafting fine jewelry. To this...
Photo by Chris Trayer
Tamsen Ann Ziff’s jewelry represents a kind of sparkling travelogue—expressions of Ziff’s journeys...
Macao-based Wallace Chan, whose unconventional designs were unveiled in the United States for the...
Photo by John Lawton
For more than 30 years David Yurman has created signature sterling silver and gold jewelry for a...
Fiona Druckenmiller opened F.D in October 2010 featuring an array of extraordinary, hard-to-find...
Cindy Chao: The Art Jewel produces one-of-a-kind designs that begin with the study of nature,...
The daring jewelry designs from New York’s Deborah Pagani (www.deborahpagani.com) combine Art Deco–...
Photo by Adam Voorhes
Alexandra Mor had been eyeing the stone for weeks: an 85.30-carat, cabochon-cut emerald about the...
Simple yet stylish describes Coralie Duchamp’s first signature jewelry collection featuring a...
The French luxury house Van Cleef & Arpels is being recognized for its contributions to the...
Art and nature collide in the recently launched Ginkgo Collection by David Morris. For the last...
In the 1830s, Henri J. Sillam’s antecedents achieved renown in Paris for their ability to produce...
Lasers lend these designs their cutting edge.Parisian jeweler Lorenz Bäumer (www.lorenzbaumer.com...
Dickson Yewn considers himself to be as much an auteur as an artisan—one who weaves his yarns in...
THE GIFTA collection of 13 natural red diamonds—among the rarest gems in the world—and two rings,...
With its Louis Vuitton jewelry by Lorenz Bäumer (www.louisvuitton.com), the French fashion house...
British firm Deakin & Francis offers hundreds of cuff links designs to satisfy any businessman...
For the past two years, exceptional-quality colored diamonds have been breaking auction records,...
Photo by Lisa Charles Watson. Styling by Charles W. Bumgardner.
Fashion trends come and go, but certain jewelry pieces transcend the fads and, year after year,...
Photo by Nils Herrmann
It was like old times in St. Petersburg one weekend last May as some of Cartier’s best clients...

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